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Gareth James: Should we be encouraging drawdown savers to take a Pension Wise booster...

Gareth James thinks more needs to be done to embed – but also develop – what people have learnt from their Pension Wise appointment

RP case studies: Using flexible expression of wishes to avoid death benefits pitfalls

Jessica List looks at flexible expression of wishes in her latest case study for RP

Chris Jones: I who have nothing

Chris Jones discusses Logan's run, pensions freedom and financial planning in his latest article for Retirement Planner

Govt to pay out £1bn after chronic state pension underpayment

The government is to distribute up to £1bn to 134,000 people after underpaying their state pension over the course of several decades with 90% of those affected being women.

Combined auto-enrolment and personal pension provider Collegia launches

A combined auto-enrolment (AE) and personal pension provider has launched in a bid to provide savers and employers with a seamless, greener and engaging proposition.

Chris Read: Working 9-5?

Hybrid working is one inevitable result of changes in working practice during the pandemic but how will you organise your working week? Chris Read shares his thoughts

RP case studies: A tangible (moveable) challenge

Stephen McPhillips looks at HMRC's treatment of tangible moveable property in relation to SIPP property purchases in his latest RP case study

Bob Champion: The cost of care

Bob Champion explores the sensitive and thorny issue of social care and who should foot the bill

Chris Read: Building long-term care provision into centralised retirement propositions

Chris Read shares his thinking around the four stages of retirement income planning in his latest article for Retirement Planner

Regulator asks pensions industry to help build savers’ understanding

The industry must work together to help savers better understand their options before they reach retirement, according to The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
 

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Govt to pay out £1bn after chronic state pension underpayment

The government is to distribute up to £1bn to 134,000 people after underpaying their state pension over the course of several decades with 90% of those affected being women.