People will be provided with an estimate of when they might die as part of the guidance pension savers receive before retirement, Pensions Minister Steve Webb has announced.
The Minister told Sky News pensioners need an idea of how long they will live to help to make informed financial decisions. This information will be available in new guidance all pension savers will receive following changes announced in the Budget
Scottish Widows has announced it will implement a 0.75 per cent charge cap ahead of the government deadline of April 2015
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A flat rate system of 30 per cent tax relief on pensions should be implemented for all workers, Minister for Pensions Steve Webb has said
The pension tax relief system is designed “by the rich, for the rich” and will have to change in the next wave of pension reform, Legal and General chief executive Nigel Wilson has said
Tesco’s defined benefit pension deficit has increased from £1.8bn to £2.6bn according to its latest financial results
Anne Healy has joined independent trustee firm BESTrustees as head of business development, Pensions Age understands
Over a quarter of medium-sized employers are still using a pension scheme with an annual management charge above the charge cap, according to research by Jelf Employee Benefits
Defined contribution pension schemes need to reconsider their investment options following annuity changes, according to Mercer
Multinational retail chain Debenhams has seen its net defined benefit pension deficits fall by £15.8m in the 26 weeks to 1 March 2014
The Pensions Regulator has today appointed two new members to its Determinations Panel
Mercer has been appointed as the preferred provider on the framework for a defined contribution pension scheme for the UK’s higher and further education sector
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