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One-in-twenty workers are being ‘under-enrolled’ in company pension schemes by receiving less than the minimum legal contributions, or no contributions at all, according to new research.

The Chancellor could introduce a limit to the tax-free lump sums taken from pensions, cut the pension annual allowance, and tax pensions when left to descendants to raise cash in the Autumn Budget.

Concerns about saving for retirement have reduced by 20% overall when compared to last year, according to a new report.

Nearly half of financial advisers have reported losing a female client after their partner has died, according to a report by platform and SIPP provider Fidelity.

Wrap platform Nucleus has opened its doors to electronic signatures for new business and client instructions to support remote working by advisers.

The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association - the trade body that represents 1,300 pension schemes with 20m members - has joined the chorus of concern about the Government’s potential axing of the Retail Prices Index (RPI), the measure used to decide many annual pension increases.

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