Nick Jones, head of retirement living at Lottie, warns of the impact the pensions crisis will have on older workers approaching retirement.
In 2028, the minimum age for access to your pension will rise to 57 from 55. Peter McGahan explains why you should review your expectations.
Gender inequality in retirement: what is it and what can women do about it? Sharon Bonfield has the answers.
There are many methods to mitigate Inheritance Tax, but a simple one is the use of your pension. Peter McGahan explains.
Do you really understand the health of your pension fund? Peter McGahan questions who is best placed to help you make the most of your future retirement income.
Peter McGahan says the public perception of pension and investment funds being actively managed bears little resemblance to reality.
Reaching retirement age isn’t always a cause for celebration, Age UK calls for ‘career MOT at 50’ for all to help people adjust future plans and pension savings.
Following last week’s column on quantitative uneasing or ‘quantitative tightening’, Peter McGahan questions how deeply this might impact your pensions and investments.
Scaremongering about the state of company pension schemes paints an inaccurate picture and care should be taken when considering a transfer.
It seems that not a day goes by without a warning of the latest scam. You will no doubt have been selected to win the Nigerian lottery, or become the sole beneficiary in a will …
Pension freedom or pension backlash how will older people fare when the Chancellor next opens his budget briefcase?
New pension freedoms and a public consultation on pensions are helping transform opinion positively towards saving for later life.
Steve Wanless examines what impact pension freedom could have on you based on your gender and location.