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Care home provider Care UK faces legal action after refusing to pay customers £3 million in compensation over 'misleading' fees

Care UK, one of the UK’s largest care home providers, is refusing to pay £3 million in compensation over claims it ripped off customers.

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Historic rise in state pension age could cost people up to £8,000

The state pension age is rising today for millions of people, potentially costing them thousands of pounds.

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Tower of London's Beefeaters could go on strike over pension scheme closure

Historic Royal Palaces staff including Beefeaters and Jewel House Wardens could go on strike over proposed closure of their final salary pension scheme.

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Final salary scheme members seeking transfers told to expect delays after High Court ruling forces Lloyds to increase benefits for women

Final salary scheme members wishing to trade their guaranteed income for a cash lump sum are being warned to expect delays following a recent ruling in the High Court.

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Is this the beginning of the auto-enrolled savings account? NEST launches pensions sidecar

Workplace pension savers could soon have auto-enrolled easy access savings accounts alongside their pensions.

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Autumn Budget 2018: What Chancellor Philip Hammond announced, and what it means for your money

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, has announced his new Autumn Budget. Here's a round up of what it means for you and your money.

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Three quarters of over-55s risk a poorer retirement because they don't know smoking and bad health can RAISE annuity payments

Retirees are at risk of receiving lower rates when purchasing annuities because the vast majority incorrectly believe disclosing health conditions will reduce the income they can receive.

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State pension triple lock is guaranteed for this Parliament but no consensus for reforming pension tax relief, government says

The state pension triple lock will remain in place at least "for the rest of this Parliament", the government has confirmed. 

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Is Chancellor Philip Hammond planning to cut pension tax relief in the Autumn Budget?

With Budget 2018 a couple of weeks away, rumours are swirling that Chancellor Philip Hammond will cut higher-rate pension tax relief to help fund the NHS.

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New rules for final salary pension transfers confirmed to stave off fears of a mis-selling scandal

Advisers recommending defined benefit (DB) pension transfers are to face tighter regulations in an attempt to stave off growing concerns of a mis-selling scandal.

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