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Pension age loophole closed to combat scammers

Pension age loophole closed to combat scammers

The government has acted quickly to block a loophole that allowed savers to move their money into pension schemes allowing access at age 55 after 2028.

‘I feel humiliated, depressed and angry’: the devastating impact of pension scams

‘I feel humiliated, depressed and angry’: the devastating impact of pension scams

We hear from a pension scam victim who lost £50,000 of her retirement savings, and look at the tactics criminals are using to steal your nest egg.

Retirees’ emergency savings falling short: six ways to save in retirement

Retirees’ emergency savings falling short: six ways to save in retirement

As it's estimated that almost half of retirees' emergency savings funds are falling short, find out how to bolster yours with our top tips.

Loophole to beat pension age hike to 57 discovered: should you consider it?

Loophole to beat pension age hike to 57 discovered: should you consider it?

There's a loophole that will allow savers to continue to unlock their private and workplace pensions at 55, instead of 57, but you may have to switch providers. Should you consider it?

Is downsizing to a smaller home right for you?

Is downsizing to a smaller home right for you?

With house prices on the rise, we explain the pros and cons of downsizing to a smaller home, including releasing cash, emotional and practical factors.

Putting a price on financial advice

Putting a price on financial advice

Financial advice could save you thousands of pounds, but lack of clarity around costs is putting people off seeking help. Which? reveals how much an IFA could cost you.

The secret to a happy retirement? £26,000 per year, Which? research reveals

The secret to a happy retirement? £26,000 per year, Which? research reveals

Two-person households need an average annual income of £26,000 for a comfortable retirement, Which?’s latest research has found. With the past year altering many people’s spending habits or potentially accelerating...

Should the older generation help to pay the coronavirus bill?

Should the older generation help to pay the coronavirus bill?

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.

Pension Awareness Day: how much do you need to save each month for retirement?

Pension Awareness Day: how much do you need to save each month for retirement?

It's important to be in a secure financial position in time for retirement before you give up work. Here, Which? explains how much you'll need to save each month.

Coronavirus pushes retirees to cut back on spending: how much will you need to retire now?

Coronavirus pushes retirees to cut back on spending: how much will you need to retire now?

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.

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