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The FCA’s Retirement Outcomes Review interim report describes accessing pension pots early as “the new norm” among non-advised customers – but, says Stephen Lowe,...

Almost one-fifth (18%) of people aged 50 or over have been targeted by potential scammers during the past three...

Transfers to Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes (QROPS) are down for the second tax year in a row -...

Consumers have accessed almost £13bn since the pension freedom reforms were implemented in 2015, the latest government data has...

The regulator will launch a "broad inquiry" into the surging pension transfer market following concerns about unsuitable advice, it has confirmed. In an...

Increased rates of divorce and marriage among over-65s presents a growing risk pension benefits could go to the wrong person on death, if...

A debate in the House of Lords on the use of the term "debt advice" in the Financial Guidance and Claims Bill prompted...

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has defended holes in its data collection involving Pension Wise usage and defined benefit (DB) transfers, in its...

The amount of tax collected by the taxman from savers exceeding their lifetime allowance rose 80% in the last year, Salisbury House Wealth...

Third-party contributions generate tax breaks and benefit high earners, as Bernadette Lewis explains. Tightening annual and lifetime allowances may make funding spouses, civil partners and...

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