Sleepwalking into a pension crisis?

As the UK population ages, millions face poverty in retirement unless they start to save in a well-funded pension scheme. Elizabeth Pfeuti reports

Blurred lines of retirement saving

Advisers need to engage with people about their retirement savings and the income they need for a comfortable old age, says Colette Dunn of Milliman

Defined ambition schemes

There is an alternative to defined benefit and defined contribution pension schemes which may suit you better, says Pinsent Masons

Pension ‘revolution’ shifts responsibility to employees

Auto-enrolment into pension schemes is set to transform saving for retirement, as Pádraig Floyd explains

Small savings plans reduce income

When workers change jobs, they may have to leave behind pension contributions which, if they are small amounts, may not be worth the investment, writes Clare Gascoigne

Facing the pension challenge

Joanne Segars, chief executive of the National Association of Pension Funds, argues that defined contribution pensions are set to leave millions without enough to retire

Lessons from Down Under

Australia's experience of trail-blazing auto-enrolment with defined contribution pensions should act as an example for the UK, writes Peter Archer