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Pensioner couples to miss out on £7,000 because of ‘toy boy tax’

Pensioner couples are set to miss out on thousands of pounds because of incoming changes to pension credit rules for mixed-age couples. From 15 May,...

Fiona Tait: Get to know the government’s mid-life MOT website

The government’s 'mid-life MOT' website was launched earlier this year with very little fanfare, and yet it’s a good site which answers the three...

Moira Warner: NHS pensions – diagnosis and treatment

There’s been a good deal of commentary on the maladies affecting NHS pensions of late ranging from administrative delays to data collection. But it’s...

Salvus and Aspire Savings Trust apply for master trust authorisation

Salvus Master Trust and the Aspire Savings Trust have submitted their master trust authorisation applications to The Pensions Regulator, after being granted extensions of...

Ros Altmann: All pension customers should be treated equally

As auto-enrolment has now reached the full minimum contributions, what next? Pension providers and advisers rightly point out that 8% of band earnings contributed...

FCA launches consultation on intergenerational implications for pensions

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has launched a consultation on the intergenerational implications for pensions in both accumulation and decumulation...

PensionBee leads industry with launch of simpler annual statements

PensionBee has become the first UK pension provider to adopt simpler annual statements to improve its pension reporting to members and encourage engagement.

Govt ‘snuck out’ new figures on pensioner tax payments – Steve Webb

Royal London director of policy Steve Webb has accused the government of "sneaking out" figures revealing pensioners are paying £4bn...

Paul Squirrell: With the lifetime allowance, the devil’s in the detail

The lifetime allowance (LTA) may have been introduced as part of ‘pension simplification' on 6 April 2006 - A-Day, as it was...

Master trust applications reach 34 as another four submit

Four more master trusts applied for authorisation to The Pensions Regulator (TPR) after the end of March deadline, according to its latest monthly update....
 

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