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Workplace pensions explained – Rest Less

The government’s auto-enrolment rules apply to this type of pension. These mean that if you’re an employee aged 22 or…

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How private pensions work – Rest Less

There isn’t a limit on how much you can pay into your pension each year. However, there is a cap…

Stronger push towards guidance and advice
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Pensions guidance gap leads to massive shortfall in savings

Only a fifth of pension savers aged between 50 and 64 have spoken to a financial advisor about their pension,…

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Tracing lost pensions – How to find my old pensions

If you’re not sure what to do with your pensions once you’ve found them there are many reputable companies and…

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Should I consolidate my pensions?

If you’re considering pension consolidation, do watch out for pension scams. Any firm you deal with should be authorised and…

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Cashing in small pensions: what you need to know

Pension freedom rules introduced in 2015 mean that if you have a defined contribution pension, otherwise known as a money…

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Dormant pensions could be given to charity

The government plans to include pensions in its Dormant Assets Scheme as part of a bill passing through parliament to…

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Multiple pensions are causing confusion: what are your options?

Keeping track of multiple pensions is causing confusion, and means savers risk losing track of their retirement savings, according to…

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How are pensions shared in a divorce?

Each divorce is considered on a case-by-case basis, and the treatment of any pensions may vary. However, pensions are usually…