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Women's state pension changes petition smashes 100,000 signatures – and may now get second parliamentary debate

A petition on women's state pension changes has smashed 100,000 signatures

MPs to debate women's state pension changes as 79,000 sign petition

Controversial changes to the state pension which will hit women aged 55-65 will be debated in Parliament in January

Got a one-year Pensioner Bond? Your interest will plummet after the fixed term

Nearly half a million savers will see the interest rate of the one-year Pensioner Bond fall at the end of the fixed term

Sign the petition to get MPs to debate women's state pension changes

A petition created by Women Against State Pension Inequality has gained more than 55,000 signatures

Autumn Statement 2015: What it means for you

Today's Autumn Statement saw a hidden retrospective hike in student loans repayments, a U-turn on cutting tax credits

Autumn Statement 2015: State pension rates confirmed

Osborne also revealed that those who leave the UK for more than four weeks at a time will no longer get pension credit

Guest Comment: Why women may lose out under the new state pension

Sarah Pennells, founder of SavvyWoman, explains why many women will be left with little or no time to plug their savings

The state pension top up – Martin's three-minute 'should you do it?' briefing

On Monday, a scheme launches allowing millions of people to buy a top up to boost their pension by up to £25/week

Government to examine access to financial advice

A major review to improve consumers' access to financial advice has been announced by the Government

Summer Budget 2015: Pensions overhaul proposed

Sweeping changes could be on the way to how we save for a pension, the Chancellor announced in the Summer Budget today

Got a nanny or carer? You may need to set up a pension for them

If you run a small business or employ a nanny or carer, you may need to start paying into a pension for them

The Conservatives win the election, but what does it mean for your wallet?

Find out how the Conservative Party's policies affect your pocket