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The Financial Conduct Authority last month identified a number of pension areas where ‘intervention’ may be necessary following the introduction of the pension freedoms in April 2015.
About 1.1million women are £32 worse off per week on average as a result of state pension age changes, the Institute for Fiscal Studies says.
A national IFA group fears that Treasury pension proposals will hurt the sick and redundant.
Workers quickly ditch plans to boost pension contributions when their salary goes up, neuroscientists have found.
The number of pension transfers out of DB scheme cases that were analysed by advisers and Paraplanners in 2016 rose significantly, research suggests.
A veteran pensions expert, whose career spanned over five decades, is retiring.
Pension to Sipp transfers have more than doubled since before the retirement reforms were announced in March 2014, new figures suggested.

A bright blue double decker bus driven has begun a six day tour of the UK today espousing the benefits of saving for retirement.

About 500 clients lost £128million because of pension liberation firms that have been wound up.
Falmouth in Cornwall may be the town with the smallest average pension pot in the UK at just £15,026, according to a new study.
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