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The transfer value a typical DB pension could attract fell below £150,000 in October for the first time since last year’s mini budget, according to pensions and SIPP firm XPS Group.

Pensions could become more like a bank account into which different employers have to pay, under a shake-up expected in the Autumn Statement.

The absence of a Pensions Bill in today’s King’s Speech, was “frustrating” and “disappointing”, according to pension experts.

The FSCS, the government-backed financial safety net scheme, has published a series of case studies to warn consumers about the potential risks of consolidating pensions into one plan.

There has been a clamour of calls from the financial services sector this week for politicians to end the continuing uncertainty over the future of the state pension Triple Lock.

New private pension figures published by HMRC have revealed that the number of self-employed people contributing to a personal pension climbed to 340,000 in 2021-22, up from 330,000 the previous year.

Only one in 10 financial advisers support the government’s proposed changes to the tax rules surrounding pension death benefits.

New challenges have been highlighted for retirement planning following the publication of ONS statistics today revealing that the number of centenarians living in England and Wales in 2021 climbed to its highest number recorded.

Millions of older workers are unaware of how much they have saved for retirement, prompting fears that they will miss out on an opportunity to boost their retirement pots.

The latest official wage growth figures published today by the ONS means the state pension should hit £11,501 in April 2024, a 8.5% rise, up from £10,600 this year.

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