Savers lose £13.3m in pensions ‘scam’

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Regulator reveals extent of cold-calling marketing scheme

Ironing out the state pension changes

Thousands of higher earners could be worse off

©Robert Thompson

Can students earn ‘free money’ from overdrafts?

Undergraduate wants to ‘invest’ his overdraft in a savings account

Merryn Somerset Webb, byline picture

Our stupidly complicated pensions regime

Retirement cruises will become an impossible dream for millions

Senior couple, man holding kite, low angle view

Millions can pay to boost state pension

People approaching retirement can increase income by £25 a week

FCA to curb risky pension investments

Freedoms allow savers to enter schemes meant for the wealthy

Must I pay my household staff a pension?

How auto-enrolment rules will affect housekeepers, nannies or cleaners

A british pound coin.

Part-time workers denied pension tax breaks

Officials let low earners save into schemes offering no relief

Frances O'Grady

Senior executives shun pension saving

TUC fears for worker schemes as board chiefs opt for cash instead

Senior couple, man holding kite, low angle view

Pension body opposes Isa-style taxation

Radical option for reform would cut revenue, exchequer is warned

Women hit by flat-rate state pensions

Few will get full rate in the first year

Benefits of UK pension mergers worth risk

Plan faces resistance from well-run as well as failing funds

Government ‘open’ to drawdown intervention

Questions in Parliament after FT research shows savers at risk

Equitable compensation deadline looms

130,000 policyholders have still not claimed for losses

Pension Wise advice service moves from Treasury to DWP

Minister defends service for workers given new access to savings

Pension funds warned on ‘herd’ behaviour

Tendency to offer same advice at same time is ‘serious concern’

Small investors stung by pension charges

FT analysis finds savers being lured to products with high fees

The risks behind pension freedoms

Savers opting for ‘drawdown’ face complex charging structures

EM pensions bare despite years of plenty

States failed to use commodity riches to bolster weak coverage

Women still suffer gender pension gap

In developed and developing economies, the risk of old age poverty falls disproportionately on females


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Pensions correspondent Josephine Cumbo was named Journalist of the Year for the national press by the Society of Pension Professionals