State pension gender gap narrows in 2017

Men receive an average of £28,995.20 more than women from the state pension over a 20-year retirement, analysis shows. Consumer watchdog Which? analysed data from the Department for Work and Pensions, and found the average man gets £27.88 more a week in the state...

Self-employed concerned about pensions

Saving for retirement is one of the biggest concerns facing self-employed workers, according to research. A survey of 1,000 self-employed workers by Demos on behalf of the Independent Professionals and the Self Employed found that 46% were "very" or "fairly" concerned...

Over-55s worried about running out of retirement income

Nearly half of people aged over 55 fear the prospect of running out of money in retirement, research shows. SunLife polled 50,000 individuals and found that 2 in 5 over-55s worry about whether their pension will cover retirement, while 43% are concerned they might run...

False confidence over pension products

Many retirees have misconceptions about their sources of retirement income, according to research by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). In a survey of around 13,000 people, 80% of people who had accessed their pension pots in the last 2 years said they understood...

Most Brits face working into mid-60s

Most workers in the UK expect to be working part-time after reaching the age of 65, according to a retirement study. Scottish Widows polled 3,535 people and found 51% expect to be working into their mid-60s, while 18% of those claim it's more out of necessity than...