pensions

Can I cut the tax on my pension withdrawal?

You don’t say whether you are currently working or not.

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Pensions dashboard gets the green light - but will it go far enough?

A new online service that will enable savers to view details of all their pensions in one place looks as if it will finally get the go-ahead in 2019.

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Benefit changes for older mixed-age couples 'could cost some £7,000 a year'

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is to introduce changes to pension age state benefits that will impact older couples of different ages,

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Divorce and pensions: Splitting assets when splitting up

Amid the stress and emotions of a relationship breakdown, it’s vital to keep a clear head, and take often overlooked pension assets into consideration

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Young people increasingly pessimistic about ever getting a state pension

Young people are increasingly losing confidence in receiving a state pension when they are older, with many not thinking it will exist at all, new research reveals.

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Three reasons why pensions are better than Junior Isas for your kids

If you are a parent, or grandparent, and are worried about how your children or grandchildren’s financial future will pan out, why not do something about it?

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What does 2019 have in store for pensions? Tax relief changes, state pension rise and more

From moves to encourage more people to save for retirement to the challenge Brexit poses to those seeking an income from their investments, Moneywise speaks to a panel of experts to find out what 2019 has in store for...

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Does state pension reduce if you stop paying NICs?

No, your pension will not reduce. If you are reaching state pension age after April 2016, you will receive the full amount if you have contributed or received credits for national insurance for 35 years.

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I have retired early but will I be better off if I continue to pay NICs for longer?

It is possible that your new state pension is less than the full rate of £164.35 per week. There are two main reasons this could happen:

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Government announces date for pensions cold calling ban after more than TWO YEARS in the works – by tweeting it

From 9 January it will be against the law for firms or individuals to call people about pensions out of the blue.

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