Pensions, savings and investments

The workplace pension contributions made by smaller firms are failing to keep pace with the rising costs of pension funds, a new survey has found.

The ceiling on the amount of savers’ money that is safeguarded should a bank or building society collapse has risen from £50,000 to £85,000.

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has issued a reminder about the date for submitting registered pension scheme returns.

Pension legislation that forms part of the draft 2011 Finance Bill will give pension savers a greater degree of control over how they use their retirement pots.

The government has launched a consultation on the rules governing how private pensions are safeguarded against inflation.

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