The Pension Schemes Bill has been approved by the House of Lords and should gain royal assent shortly.
Rachel Vahey outlines three initiatives that could have the "power to change pension comprehension, engagement and planning" in her latest article for Retirement Planner
The much-maligned annuity is still a worthy contender in the retirement income space, writes Spire Platform Solutions' Adrian Boulding. Here he outlines why advisers shouldn't discount them entirely
Pension transfer values ended 2020 at £259,000, 8% higher than the start of the year, according to XPS Pension Group after suffering periods of substantial volatility linked to the pandemic while potential scams reached record highs.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published a defined benefit (DB) transfer tool which it said should help firms understand its file review methodology for DB transfer advice. But what exactly is it and why should advisers care?
Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) intervention resulted in 130 advice firms ceasing to operate in defined benefit (DB) transfer advice in 2020, the regulator has reported.
It's January, we are in our third national lockdown with no clear end date on the horizon but Chris Read is optimistic about the months and years to come. Read on to find out why...
Contributions to workplace defined contribution (DC) schemes dropped 11% during the first national lockdown last spring, official data reveals.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will ban the charging of flat fees on auto-enrolment (AE) pots valued at or below £100 and launch work on how to standardise cost and charges reporting.
Neil MacGillvray explores the options for paying the pension annual allowance charge and asks if the 'scheme pays' route is the most efficient for clients...