Scotland would have to fund additional pension costs of around £450 per working-age person per year, the UK government has warned.
In a paper published today, Scotland analysis: Work and pensions, the Department for Work and Pensions said over the next 20 years “extra expenditure on pensioners would rise to around £1.4bn higher per year” in total
The Pensions Regulator has published its first automatic enrolment report under section 89 of the Pensions Act 2004, warning employers of the consequences of non-compliance
Aegon has today announced it will be applying the 0.75 per cent auto-enrolment charge cap for all new business written from 31 August 2014
The Financial Reporting Council is today consulting on its two-yearly review of changes to the UK Corporate Governance Code with a strong emphasis on ensuring remuneration policies are designed with the long-term success of the company in mind
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Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s latest Scottish independence pension claims are “simply ludicrous”, the Scottish National Party has said
The Court of Appeal has upheld a High Court decision in favour of Honda employees in the UK receiving a higher scale of pension benefits than previously thought
The GAD rate is set to remain at 3 per cent next month before its countdown to terminus following announcements made in the Budget
The government should scrap tax relief on pension contributions and replace it with a Treasury contribution of 50p per £1 saved, the Centre for Policy Studies has argued
Just Retirement has launched a one-year fixed-term annuity in response to Chancellor George Osborne’s Budget announcements
Scottish independence could damage savers' pensions north of the border as the current risk and resource sharing platform would be broken up, Gordon Brown will warn later today
Retirees can expect to see their annual income drop by two thirds when they leave the workplace, despite last month’s Budget announcement offering increased flexibility around how an individual can take their pension, LV= has said
Scottish Widows has announced it will implement a 0.75 per cent charge cap ahead of the government deadline of April 2015