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TPR publishes EDI guidance for scheme trustees and sponsors


The Pensions Regulator has published equality, diversity and inclusion guidance that recognises the different roles of pension scheme governing bodies and employers. 

Delaying state pension age rise by 7 years will cost £60bn, says IFS


Delaying the planned increase in the state pension age by seven years to 2044-46 from 2037-39 is likely to cost the exchequer more than £60bn, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies.

LCP toughens up its ESG policies

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LCP has launched a responsible investment philosophy designed to focus industry attention on concrete action to address systemic risks posed by issues such as climate change and inequality.

Govt delays plans to raise state pension age to 68

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Ministers have delayed plans to raise the state pension age to 68 amid falling life expectancy in the UK, according to reports.

Use dashboards delay to achieve ‘dramatic improvements’ in data


Pensions schemes should use dashboards delay to get their data “dashboard ready”, according to new research.

DC members want better access to ESG investment strategies


Defined contribution pension scheme members want ESG, but many employers have succumbed to inertia.

Living Pension: Fighting poverty with better retirement saving


Could the Living Pension be the antidote to poverty in retirement?

One in three single mothers ‘locked out’ of pension saving

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One in three working single mothers are ineligible for a workplace pension under current auto-enrolment rules, despite more than half (59 per cent) being employed.

Budget 2023: Chancellor’s box of tricks makes LTA disappear

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Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has faced calls in recent weeks to relax the rules on certain pension tax allowances to further his campaign to encourage older workers back into the workforce. 

Beware the ideas of March – or perhaps embrace them

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March 15 was an inauspicious day for Roman politics, but if the chancellor frees up pension allowances, some people could make a killing.