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Pension or property: where should you invest your money?

Some people say their property is their pension, but with life expectancy at an all-time high, is this a reckless investment strategy to take?

Are you one of the 1.3 million people missing out on pension credit?

More than one million are missing out on top-ups to their state pension - find out if you're entitled to pension credit.

Retirement earnings fall: where do pensioners earn the most?

Find out which regions pensioners earn the most income in the UK and tips on how you can boost your private pension and state pension income too.

One in three unaware of workplace pension auto-enrolment

A third of UK workers don't know they're auto-enroled onto a workplace pension. Find what auto-enolment is and how it could help you save for retirement.

Revealed: the investment platform with the worst ratings

Barclays Smart Investor claims dubious prize of worst-ever customer score for an investment platform as Which? reveals its annual customer survey results.

One in ten over 55s fear they’ve been targeted by a pension scam

Learn how to spot a pension scam and know how to report it.

Lifetime Isa bonus paid monthly: could you be missing out on returns?

Lifetime Isa bonuses will now be paid monthly - but may be deposited into zero-interest cash accounts with no return. Here's how to put your money to work.

tax on dividends

Ask an expert: “How do I work out tax on savings and dividends?”

Every week, Which?’s money experts answer your financial queries. You can submit your questions to money-letters@which.co.uk, or via our Facebook or Twitter pages. Q. Please could you help me work out...

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Pension schemes to face £50,000 fine for failure to disclose fees

Employer pension schemes will be obliged to publish details of the fees charged to their members or face a hefty fine, under new proposals from the government. The announcement from...

State pension age to hit 68 by 2039

The government has announced that people will have to wait until they are 68 to qualify for the state pension from 2037. Under the proposed new timetable, the state pension...

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