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Over 64? This is your LAST CHANCE to boost your state pension

If you're a woman aged 64 or a man aged 66 or older, urgently check if it's worth topping up your state pension

State pension age should go up again, report recommends

Millions of workers in their early 40s face having to wait an extra year to collect their state pension

Pensions Minister: 'No straws to clutch to' for WASPI campaigners

Pensions Minister Richard Harrington has warned it would cost too much to arrange a compromise with WASPI

Pensions Minister: Tax returns could allow self-employed to build up a pension

The Pensions Minister is in favour of using self-employed people's tax returns as a way of deducting pension savings

Ban on pension cold-calling 'cowboys'

A proposed ban on "cowboy" cold-callers who telephone households to target savers' pension pots will be extended

Grandparents who help with childcare at risk of missing out on full state pension – act NOW to protect it

Thousands of grandparents who've given up work to look after their grandchildren could be missing out on a pension boost

Retirees to pocket up to £200 more a year once state pension rises next April

The state pension is to rise by 2.5% and pay out up to £200 a year extra to retirees next year

Getting an annuity? Providers will soon have to tell you if there's a cheaper deal elsewhere

New rules from the regulator will force firms to tell you if their rivals are cheaper

Autumn Statement 2016: Pensions freedoms loophole tightened

Older savers who carry on putting money in a pension after withdrawing cash from it face new curbs

Autumn Statement 2016: Salary sacrifice perks cut back

Health checks, company cars and other 'salary sacrifice' schemes will no longer be tax-exempt

Government to ban pensions cold-calling

A ban on cold calling "cowboys" who target savers’ pension pots will be proposed by the Government this week

Pension early exit fees to be capped at 1% – how it can save you £1,000s

The amount charged for early withdrawals or transfers from pension pots will be capped at 1% from 31 March 2017.

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