One in six people aged 65 and above never want to stop working, new research shows. Would you be happy to stay in work for the rest of your life?
New pension rules will give savers more freedom over what to do with their retirement funds. But many just plan to stick the money in the bank.
Older people need regular "financial MOTs" to help them navigate through decades of retirement, according to a report from Age UK.
New rules which make it easier to take money out of a pension could have a sting in the tail, tax experts are warning.
More than £3 billion is thought to be languishing in unclaimed pensions. Here's how to get your hands on your share of this cash.
New pension rules means many people are delaying retirement decisions until 2015. But this could prove costly, industry watchdog the Financial Conduct Authority has warned.
The government's idea that retirees should be told when they're likely to die has been met with shock. But this information is vital for financial planning.
Flexible pension rules mean people will be able to take more risk with their cash at retirement. But research suggests annuities will remain popular.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced a probe into millions of insurance policies - some up to 40 years old - over fears that customers with older contracts are "forgotten" by the industry.
George Osborne’s unexpected reform of the pension system will make it easier to get your hands on your fund. We look at what’s changing.
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