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Pensions & retirement

Is my state pension wrong – and running out?

Fears have been raised that the state pension will run dry in a couple of decades. Which? examines the claims

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Thousands could face surprise pensions tax bill

Find out if you're among the thousands of UK savers who could be affected by 'complex' rules restricting tax relief on pensions contributions.

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21 ways to boost your pension in 2018

Find out how to boost your pension in 2018.

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Pension freedoms: can you be trusted with your savings?

Claims that retirees are using the pension freedoms to recklessly spend on fast cars, booze and gambling have been put to the Commons Work and Pensions Committee - but new Which? research paints a more sober picture.

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Pensions auto-enrolment may expand to workers aged 18-22

New DWP proposals would see auto-enrolment extended to workers aged 18 to 22. Which? explains how this would affect pensions savings schemes.

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Thousands missing out on £30,000 in state pension

Which? takes a look at National Insurance credits for partners of armed forces personnel and how you can claim up to £30,000 in state pension.

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Could your pension last until you’re 100?

We're all living longer but a lot of us are still underestimating how much we'll need to save for retirement. Find out how to secure your future income.

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Ask an expert: did I miss out on state pension by caring for my child?

Our Which? Money expert looks at who qualifies for National Insurance credits and why they are important for your state pension entitlement.

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Millions hope for lottery win to fund retirement

Millions of over-50s workers across the UK have failed to start making retirement plans, with some even hoping for a lottery win to secure future income.

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Autumn Budget 2017: state pension to rise by 3%

The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, today declined to make substantial changes to pensions in his Autumn Budget. Most significantly, he avoided tinkering with the tax relief system, contrary to widespread speculation...

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