More than three years after radical pension freedoms were introduced, the popularity of pension drawdown remains undiminished. Drawdown allows an investor to leave their pension fund invested and take income from it, rather than use it to buy an annuity paying income for life . But how sustainable are the withdrawal levels being seen?
The reduction to the amount savers can put back into a pension once they have started taking an income will be applied retrospectively.
Retirees are being warned not to take life expectancy figures too literally when planning their retirement finances.
Cherry Reynard explores hybrid products that combine drawdown and a guaranteed income, and compares them to the alternatives.
Financial advisers were asked to name their clients' biggest pension concerns - here are the results.
Money Observer writer Heather Connon documents her experience with the government's Pension Wise guidance service.
We consider strategies to protect your capital and keep dividend payments from a drawdown portfolio on an even keel in volatile markets.
New research has calculated how much income pension savers can safely draw from their retirement investments.
Investors underestimate the amount of time their investments need to last in retirement
Around £100 billion of pension savings is invested in outdated pension funds, according to Which?, the consumer group.