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The Pensions World website closes on 28 April.  A special 'thank you' to all the Pensions World readers who have written to me by email, twitter and LinkedIn. I have been bowled...
Pensions World has been deluged with tributes by email, LinkedIn posts and Tweets.   Here are a few selected extracts from some of our readers.  Malcolm McLeanSenior......
Spot checks by the Regulator on the way
A roundup of recent worldwide news and developments in the pensions arena, by Anne Bennett, Mercer
This year the Pensions Regulator estimates that there could be as many as 800,000 employers due to meet their auto-enrolment duties. That is about a 50% increase on last year and could mean up to 2,...
PMI awards Mike Abrams of Smiths Pensions and Frank Field, Labour MP for Birkenhead, are the winners of this year’s prestigious Pensions Management Institute Awards. www.pensions-pmi.org.uk Lifetime...
“It is with great regret that I write to let you know that this will be the last edition of Pensions World after 45 years of publication. I would like to thank Stephanie Hawthorne, the...
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has today (Thursday) launched a consultation outlining how it intends to develop the Pension Protection Levy for the next three year period, or triennium, starting...
When the state pension was first introduced in 1908 for those reaching 70, only a few people lived much beyond that age, yet today’s average life expectancy is over 80. With this in mind, the...
The new Lifetime ISA (LISA) will be available from April 2017 for individuals under the age of 40, which can be used for buying a first home or for retirement. The introduction of the LISA has raised...