Tens of thousands of women underpaid their state pension will receive payments totaling around £3bn from the DWP over the next six years. Are you owed money?
Chancellor Rishi Sunak leaves the triple lock untouched but announces a freeze in the pensions lifetime allowance.
Which? explains how Brexit could affect your pensions and investments, how firms are working to mitigate risks to your pot, and how you can protect your savings.
The financial challenges facing younger people, and the huge bill facing the government as a result of the pandemic, have intensified the debate around intergenerational fairness and the future of pensioner perks.
Retirees are spending less due to the impact of coronavirus. Which? reveals how much money you’ll need to save for a basic, comfortable or luxury retirement now.
Which? analyses a new loan option for over 55s, which offers borrowers up to £150,000 without using their homes as security. Find out if the numbers add up.
HMRC charged savers £2.95m in lifetime Isa withdrawal penalties between January and March this year - find out how to avoid paying to access your cash.
Will the state pension triple lock be scrapped to help pay for the government’s coronavirus spending?
The government is being urged to scrap the state pension triple lock system to plug its coronavirus deficit. Is the guarantee under threat?
The government has agreed to pay employer pension contributions for furloughed staff during the coronavirus crisis. Which? explains what this means for your savings.
New Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak confirmed in today’s Budget that the state pension will rise by 3.9% in the 2020-21 tax year as well as changes to the lifetime annual allowance.