Target-dated funds need an overhaul


TDFs help pension plans but face challenges of fees, asset allocation and benchmarks

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Pension deficit system needs to change

Black-and-white approach to obligations fails to address reality of situation

How to work when your boss does not care

If you have poor managers, look elsewhere such as to your colleagues or customers for validation

UK company dividends eclipse pensions

Third of FTSE 100 groups could have wiped out deficits

Lifetime Isa launch in doubt

Banks warn that project will not be ready by April

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Pensions regulator wants veto on deals after BHS

Watchdog wants more power to reject takeovers

Call for MPs to probe company pension crisis

Altmann says BoE’s new round of QE will push more schemes ‘over the edge’

MPs to consider more powers for pension regulator

New probe of final salary schemes follows the failure of BHS

Equal pensions case poses £13bn threat

Lloyds union launches legal push to close gender gap

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Huge sums offered for final salary pensions

Employers entice workers to cash in ‘gold plated’ retirement rights

Should you cash in final salary pension?

Transfer values are hitting record highs after Brexit vote

FCA reviews mis-sold pensions compensation

Investors seeking redress are being warned they could see cases delayed

Crackdown urged on pension scheme ‘tricks’

Study finds dozens of ways to ‘milk and dump’ retirement plans

A pension boost for early retirement

Up to 1m retired British workers could lift their annual income, write Steve Webb

Brexit talks set for pensions flashpoint

EU and London set for clash over liabilities running to several billion euros

Pension triple lock to stay until 2020

Former minister warns of cost of inflation-busting policy

Lifetime Isa critics fear pensions hit

Government said to be silent over demand for take-up of ‘Lisa’

Taxman launches online pension protection

Savers must apply to protect retirement funds from tax charge

Japan pension fund loses $50bn

Global stock market weakness cuts into GPIF’s $1.3tn assets

Pension penalties for employers rise

Watchdog sees 300% increase in warnings over automatic enrolment


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