Visualising retirement is key to maintain pension saving for employees aged 45 to 54, according to thinktank Phoenix insights.
The majority (90%) of UK workers say pension is the most important benefit their employer can offer, but this isn't the same for SMEs.
A bill to extend pension auto-enrolment to those aged 18 and over and remove a lower earning threshold immediately received Royal Assent after passing its third reading yesterday (18 September).
In the UK, the average worker has £28,000 in stranded pension pots, according to new research from wealth manager Netwealth.
Almost 3 million low earners could afford to be auto enrolled in pensions due to mitigating circumstances, according to a new study by the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA).
Most young people aged 11 to 27 (86%) support the UK government’s proposal to reduce the age of automatic enrolment from 22 to 18, according to a new study from pensions provider, NOW:Pensions.
Pensions have been in the news a lot but do employees understand them? If not, how can employers step in? Dan Cave reports.
Economics research institute The Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS) has reported almost a fifth of working-age private sector employees (around 3.5 million people) do not do any pension saving each...
Working single mothers have missed out on an estimated £852 million in pensions savings because they are not covered by the auto-enrolment scheme introduced in 2012.