Equalisation of ages hits a number of women who were born in the 1950s
Some believe U-turn is a "missed opportunity", while others say plans would have 'double-taxed' some savers
Critics demand reform amid claims it is 'too easy' to set up as a pension scheme
Three-quarters of over-45s want to retire 'within five years', report claims
Controversial secondary annuities sales could see pensioners losing out twice, says one expert
Report says pensioners should be forced to use some of their pot to provide an income
Since the advent of pension freedoms, scammers have devised new ways to get hold of your savings
The Government is making a big splash about its top-up option, but you might be better off waiting
Just Retirement will acquire listed rival Partnership in an all-share deal valued at £669m
More people are accessing their pension fund, but how can you protect against fraud?
Money is being used to top up pension income, clear mortgage debt and fund lifestyle
Rules governing the state pension are about to change dramatically and many pensioners have been left in the dark
Con artists are lining up to take advantage of the new pension rules. Here's how to avoid the scams
Liberal Democrats want to enshrine triple lock in law, while Greens want a new Citizen's Pension
Pensions minister suggests savers could benefit from a 'decade of innovation' if they take their time
It’s now easier to control your pension pot, but should you buy an annuity or go a more flexible alternative?
George Osborne makes death a little cheaper by dropping an unpopular pension 'death tax'
Commission proposes rise in National Insurance to fund social care for people with 'critical' needs
Experts fear that radical changes to pension laws could leave some pensioners destitute
People will need to be much more financially literate or there'll be a new pensions crisis, says Iain Clacher