The Individual Savings Account (Isa) is a modern-day savings success story.
Until recently, pension providers had the power to refuse to make a transfer if they had concerns about where it was going.
The chancellor has done it again.
Housing has become a very emotive topic.
At the moment pension savers generally get tax relief at the rate which they pay income tax - 20, 40 and 45 per cent - and only pay tax when they withdraw money.
Access to financial advice and the way these services are provided has long been a key focus for the government.
Since my article on the travesty surrounding the changes to women's state pension age in November, the campaign to have Par
It was particularly encouraging to hear the chancellor say in the 2015 Autumn Statement that since the introduction of auto-enrolment the number of people saving for their retirement is at the highest point since 1997.
It is very important to save towards your retirement and of course many are not saving enough. However, some retirees may not need as much as they think.