Average rates are rising across the board for first time in seven years
A staggering £20 billion of pensions pots is being left unclaimed. We run through how savers can track down lost workplace or personal pensions.
Under the current limits, argues the FCA, a number of ‘high-value’ complainants are not being awarded appropriate levels of compensation.
With Budget 2018 a couple of weeks away, rumours are swirling that chancellor Philip Hammond will cut higher-rate pension tax relief to help fund the NHS.
The Financial Conduct Authority has finalised new rules on final salary pension transfers.
Plans to allow pre-2015 annuity holders to sell their retirement income for a cash lump sum were scrapped two years ago.
Work and pensions secretary approves the introduction of the pensions dashboard, provided the financial services industry runs it
First children to receive CTF accounts are set to turn 16 – but millions are missing out.
The repayment rate paid by HMRC to those who have overpaid tax is still only 0.5 per cent, the rate it has been since 2009.