Pensions Savings Investments

Pension savers unprepared for retirement

More than half of retirement savers have never checked their pension pots, according to a report by Aegon UK.

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Record increase in household wealth

Total household wealth reached an estimated £9.1 trillion at the end of 2014, according to research by Lloyds Bank.

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Over-55s want retirement advice to be compulsory

Two thirds of over-55s think financial advice should be compulsory for people nearing retirement, research by MGM Advantage suggests.

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Parties vow action on housing

Issues relating to housing are one of the hottest topics of this election campaign, with all the main political parties offering up potential policies aimed at fixing a sector of the economy widely seen as under strain.

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Retirees breaking inheritance traditions

Traditional ways of passing on inheritance could be 'dying out', a report by HSBC has suggested.

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Annuity rates hit record low

Average rates of standard annuities have fallen to a record low just 3 weeks after the government's pension reforms were introduced, research by Investment Life & Pensions Moneyfacts has found.

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Young people not saving for retirement

More than half of 18-35 year-olds haven't started saving for retirement, research by NOW: Pensions has shown.

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Divorcees face reduced retirement income

Divorcees planning to retire in 2015 can expect to have an average of £2,100 less a year from their expected retirement income than those that stay married, research by Prudential suggests.

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Consumers have concerns about pension freedoms

Consumers are concerned about the potential risks of taking their pension as cash, a survey by the National Association of Pension Funds has shown.

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Pension changes come into effect

Rules on how savers can access their defined contribution pensions from age 55 have changed.

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