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Neil Woodford’s £3.7bn fund suspended: will investors lose out?

Investors in Neil Woodford's flagship Equity Income Fund have been left in limbo, unable to access their investments for at least four weeks, after trading in the fund was suspended on Monday.

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.

HMRC overcharges more than £400m in pension tax: are you affected?

HMRC has overcharged savers £402m in pension tax since 2015. Find out if you've been affected and how to claim your retirement income back from the taxman.

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Four reasons why switching your investment Isa will become easier

A shake-up of investment supermarkets that make them work better for investors, banning exit fees and improving switching.

Autumn Budget 2018: everything we know so far

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, will reveal what he has planned for the UK’s economy in his last Budget before Brexit on Monday 29 October. We roundup all the speculation.

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Revealed: the cost of financial advice at retirement

Exclusive Which? research reveals that people planning their retirement could be charged as much as £6,000 for professional financial advice on their pension.

Pension passports and clearer charges proposed by the FCA

The FCA has proposed plans for people over 50 be given better information about their pension options, but stopped short of capping charges on drawdown.

Could you get £244 more a year by topping up your state pension?

Early retirees should check if they should top up their National Insurance record for 2017/18 - and boost their state pension by up to £244 per year.

Property vs pension: which is the better investment?

Some people say their property is their pension - but is this savvy or reckless? We examine the pros and cons of investing in property vs pension.

Thousands could have to repay their pensions – are you affected?

Find out why thousands of retirees could have to repay their company pension.

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