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Millions missing out on £3,000 of pension credit: are you eligible to claim?

Around 1.3 million eligible retirees could be missing out on pension credits worth £3,000 per year. Here, Which? looks at the eligibility criteria, and explains how you can claim.

Why are thousands choosing to defer their state pension?

Which? explains why thousands are choosing to defer their state pension, and how it could boost your income at state pension age.

Thousands of state pension payments to be cut by £70 a week

Find out about all the state pension changes due to come into force this year, from the triple-lock increases to the scrapping of adult dependent increases.

6 simple ways to boost your pensions this Christmas

Which? explains simple ways to improve your pension, how much you'll need to save for retirement and pitfalls to avoid.

Four ways to boost your state pension if you’re a parent or carer

Find out four easy ways to boost your state pension if you're a parent or carer who has to take time out of work.

Over half of adults plan to work during their retirement

52% of adults plan to work into their retirement. Find out what continuing to work means for your pension and tax bill.

Child benefit shake-up proposed: could parents regain lost National Insurance credits?

A new report urges the government to simplify child benefit and repay National Insurance contributions parents have lost due to not signing up

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Defeat for women in state pension age battle

Women won't be entitled to claim compensation for changes in the state pension age, the High Court ruled today. Find out how the case worked and when you can receive your state pension.

State pension to rise at least 4% next year: how much will you get?

Millions of pensioners are on track to get a bumper £351 pay rise in April 2020 as earnings growth looks set to beat inflation this year.

The cost of a ‘luxurious’ retirement? £42,000 a year, Which? reveals

Couples need to generate an income of £42,000 a year to have a luxurious retirement of long-haul holidays and new cars, exclusive research by Which? has found - an amount that would require a pension pot in excess of half a million pounds. 

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