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BBC scraps free TV licences for up to 3.7m over-75s: will you have to pay?

Up to 3.7 million pensioners will have to pay for their TV licence from June 2020 - find out how the TV licence system works and if you'll be affected by the changes

Retirement interest-only mortgage boom: should you get one?

More retirement interest-only mortgages (RIOs) are available than ever, giving older homeowners a new way to borrow. But should you get one?

Is the future of the state pension triple lock in doubt?

Pensioners could see the scrapping of the state pension triple lock, free bus passes and free TV licences, according to a new government report

Theresa May backs pension dashboard

The government has unveiled proposals to give millions of people their pension facts and figures via the so-called ‘pension dashboard’. A pension dashboard feasibility study was today published by the...

West Ham United puts Liverpool FC to shame on senior season ticket prices

Find out which Premier League football clubs offer the cheapest tickets and biggest discounts for older football fans.

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.

Lifetime Isa bonuses go missing: are you affected?

Some savers have experienced delays in receiving their lifetime Isa government bonus - we explain why it's happened, and what you need to do

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.

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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