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An inquiry into the cost and transparency of pensions has been launched by the Work and Pensions Committee.
More than two-thirds of Brits think a wealth tax that pays towards the cost of social care should be introduced.
Those dreaming of relocating to sunnier climes need to weigh up all of the costs.
Industries bodies have accused a review of the Financial Ombudsman Service as being too narrow.
More than one in four retirees could outlive their pension pot, worrying new research from the Pension Policy Institute reveals.
Think tank recommends the Bank of England creates a separate inflation target for house prices with a target rate of zero for five years.
The government says the new measures 'will ensure rent a room relief meets its original purpose of incentivising people to let spare rooms.'
The number of complaints about Sipp providers is soaring, with one company attracting a total of 70 claims.<