Whether you’re just starting to save, thinking about how to take money out of your pension, or working out how to make your income last, our UK experts offer their insights into the ever changing world of pensions.
This information is not a personal recommendation for any particular product, service or course of action. If you’re in any doubt whether or not a pension or investment option is suitable for your circumstances we strongly suggest that you seek advice from an authorised financial adviser. The ideas and conclusions here do not necessarily reflect the views of Fidelity's portfolio managers and are for general interest only.
Pensions have become a key battleground in the election campaign following the Labour manifesto promise to compensate women who have lost out as a result of changes to the state pension age.
Putting retirement income into perspective
Wanting to give money to children is a natural instinct for many families.
How do you picture your life at age 75? Whatever it looks like, I’ll bet it doesn’t include getting up and going to work.
An overview of pension inheritance.
But there may be ways to avoid it
Changes to auto-enrolment may up your contributions
Do you know how much is in your pension right now?
Our new tools provide a deeper look at your saving
Some women born in the 1950s have been left waiting
Reclaiming tax means waiting for cash
Perks that help the rich may be reduced
Regulators are concerned about those giving up 'final salary' schemes
New figures show thousands sleepwalking into extra tax
Shocking new crime statistic
Why amounts being saved are falling
Six questions to ask
A new Fidelity tool shows the power…
Managing your retirement Income
A worrying update on National Insurance
The Government scheme helping millions is out of the reach
Opting out of pension saving may be more costly than you think
Increasing life-expectancy is changing what the world looks like.
How to use youth to your advantage
‘Nudge’ theory has created millions more pension savers.
Some parents can claw back lost Child Benefit if they save more for retirement.
The impact on those reaching retirement today
A faster rise in the state pension age has been confirmed.