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Staying in work could boost pension savings by a third

Workers could increase their pension savings by a third if they work 5 years beyond the state pension age, according to research by Friends Life and the Pensions Policy Institute.

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Savers not discussing pension reform plans

Less than a third of 40-70 year-olds have spoken to someone about the upcoming pension reforms, according to research by Partnership.

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Automatic workplace pension transfers from autumn 2016

Workers will be able to take their pension pots with them when they change jobs from autumn 2016, the Department for Work and Pensions has announced.

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Pensioner Bonds extended by 3 months

The government's Pensioner Bonds will remain on sale for another 3 months, the Chancellor George Osborne has announced.

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Pension charge cap plans submitted to Parliament

Draft regulations that will place a cap on workplace pension charges have been submitted to Parliament.

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One fifth of women are main breadwinners

Almost one fifth of women say they are the main breadwinner in their relationship, according to a study by Scottish Widows.

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Retiree debt falls for third consecutive year

The average debt owed by retirees has fallen for the third consecutive year, according to research by Prudential.

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Annuity rates continue to fall

Annuity rates have fallen 10% since August 2014, a study by My Pensions Expert has found.

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Retirement saving hit by financial crisis

Almost half of savers stopped or reduced the amount they were saving for retirement following the economic downturn, research by HSBC has revealed.

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Savers prefer secure retirement income

Three-quarters of savers aged over 55 would prefer to have guaranteed pension savings rather than income invested in financial markets, research by the International Longevity Centre UK has found.

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