Savings

Britons rely on inheritance for retirement income

More than a third of British workers will need a boost from inheritance to provide a stable retirement income, research by LV= has found.

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Treasury launches pension exit fees review

An immediate government consultation will investigate whether pension exit fees should be cut or capped, the Treasury has announced.

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Retirement advice needs differ according to age

The type of retirement advice people want varies significantly according to age, research by Partnership has found.

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Income rises for over-55s

The monthly income of people over-55 has increased by 30% since 2010, research by Aviva has found.

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Company share scheme saving increases

More than 1.4 million employees saved an average of £122.94 a month in 2014 by taking part in company share schemes, according to ifs ProShare.

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Regulator plans 7-day cash ISA switching

Switching cash ISAs will become easier and quicker under plans announced by the Financial Conduct Authority.

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Unclear drawdown charges costing pensioners

The price disparity between income drawdown products under the pension freedoms could amount to £3,000 over a decade, according to research by Which?.

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Many retirees working past state pension age

More than 1 in 5 retirees have returned to work after reaching state pension age, according to research by Prudential.

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Standard annuity rate hits 2015 high

The standard annuity rate has increased 5.6% since the 12 May 2015, research by My Pension Expert has found.

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Flat rate state pension causes confusion

A third of over 50s say they do not have a clear idea about whether they will be better or worse off under the new flat rate state pension, according to Saga.

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