People nearing retirement are under-estimating how long they will live and are either overly optimistic or have no idea how much the retirement income will be, according to research published by the Institute for Fiscal Studies today.
The Commons environment, food and rural affairs committee has called for clear answers from the government about how it plans to ensure properties at risk of flooding can secure insurance in the future.
A code of conduct that aims to enable employers to choose the best pension for their staff by encouraging pension providers to clearly disclose the charges and investment costs associated with their schemes has been launched today.
Buried in the data of the 2011 Census is the discovery that there are now fewer elderly people than was previously estimated. The census data showed that there were 30,000 fewer people aged in their 90s than expected. This represents a reduction of around 15%, so what has happened to our 'missing' 90-year-olds?
Xi Kun Phua demystifies the new pension system in Singapore in particular the Central Provident Fund, the Lifelong Income Scheme For The Elderly, the non guaranteed annuity payouts and the bequest option.
More than two thirds of people plan to remain in a workplace pension scheme once they are automatically enrolled into it, according to research published by the Department for Work and Pensions yesterday.
Talks aimed between government and the insurance industry which aim to ensure homeowners at high-risk of flooding can receive affordable cover have reached an impasse, the Association of British Insurers claimed today.