Pensions

Auto-enrolment provides £2,400 pension pot boost

Auto-enrolment was introduced by the government in October 2012

More support needed to manage retirement transition

Many approaching the end of their working days have made few financial or psychological preparations

Confusion over workplace pensions may leave savers short

Workers saving into DC pensions are unclear how much they should be putting aside each month

Government cracks down on pension scams

The measures will include a ban on all cold calling in relation to pensions

Four in five want to make higher AE contributions

83% of workers felt they now know how to access information about their pension

Workers expect workplace savings to fund third of pensions

Brits expect 32% to come from employer schemes, 42% from the government, and 26% from their own pocket

Pensions: Size is everything

Regulation, government nudges and new technology could lead to fewer individual company schemes

Industry reacts to government’s state pension age hike

The state pension age increase from 67 to 68 is to be brought forward

Workplace pensions: Your chance to influence the future

Pension Quality Mark has launched a wide-ranging consultation around workplace pensions and it needs your views

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33% have little to no pensions knowledge

However, more than half (54%) say a pension is the most important workplace benefit

Young people may opt out of auto-enrolment

Nearly half (48%) said they may opt out once the planned increases come into effect

Conservative manifesto pledges national training scheme

What does the Conservatives' 2017 manifesto mean for HR?

Pensions