Black Monday prompts drawdown fears

Advice lines experience higher volumes of calls

Self-employed failing to save into pensions

More than a third cannot afford to save

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Isa deposits swell £20bn in a year

Budget boosts accounts despite average interest of less than 1%

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Pensions — which way now?

Three options for the way ahead on retirement planning

Exercise: annuities offer a regular income, but healthy people may lose out
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Annuities fall out of favour

But less popular products offer a more secure income

Retirement savings: how much is enough?

Calculating the size of an ideal pension pot can be daunting

Pensions: the new rules on inheritance

Passing retirement pots on is less punitive now

Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, makes his keynote speech at the Conservative party conference in Birmingham this afternoon.

Osborne’s Isa pension plan attacked

Overhaul would ‘put UK savings culture at risk’

Modi faces rising military discontent

Veterans angry over stalled pension reform

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Are you ready for a rate rise?

How to prepare your finances

Annuities deal amid an impaired market

Companies try to compete after chancellor blows roof off business

Savers favour new pensions tax reliefs

Changes to current system wins favour in survey

Pensions: rate relief

Rising interest rates to relieve pressure on company pensions

UK pension deficits widen

More companies move away from final salary schemes

‘Opportunistic fraud’ on the rise

Citizens Advice says over-55s are targeted with bogus investments

IFAs scared to advise on pension freedom

This week’s consultation can’t provide answers to advice gap

Pensioners promised sky-high parking yields

Doubts raised over airport investment scheme with 8% guarantee

Fine warning on accessing pension cash

Over-55s who dip into their pensions must tell current providers

Spend like a Canadian or an Australian?

No conclusion can be drawn from evidence of UK’s first few months

Pensions savers urged to report high fees

Consultation over whether exit charge cap is needed

PERSONAL FINANCE AWARDS

FT Money won Financial National Title of the Year at the Santander UK Financial Media Awards 2014


FT Money was named Publication of the Year for 2014 by the CFA Society of the UK


The team were also runners-up for Best Use of Social Media at the Santander Media Awards 2014


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

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