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A retirement planning expert has called on the Government to avoid making further changes to pensions at next week's Autumn Statement.

Retirees will become "guinea pigs" threatened by the "real possibility of another mis-selling scandal" when the pension reforms come in next April, an MP has claimed.

A Treasury U-turn on the pension reforms has been hailed by a Sipps firm as "a victory for common sense".

Pensioner poverty is at a record low level, according to a study from the New Policy Institute.

Nearly 300,000 small employers will shun advice when choosing a pension scheme to comply with auto-enrolment.

A review on whether the link between the auto enrolment earnings trigger and income tax should be axed next year moves closer to a conclusion next week.

New guides explaining the sweeping reforms to pensions in "plain English" have been created for advisers and retirees.

The sweeping reforms to pensions introduced in the Budget have increased the need for regulators to protect consumers, the chairman of the FCA has said.

Advisers have reported a significant jump in clients seeking advice since the sweeping reforms to pensions were announced in March.

Young men are wising up to the need to get a pension sorted early in their working lives but women are lagging a long way behind, according to researchers.

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