Latest pension updates

Remember that schemes which are set up with statutory phasing will see an increase in contributions from April 2018.

Along with global legal practice Eversheds Sutherland, we look at why employers might want to do more than simply meet the legal minimum in terms of their auto enrolment duties.

The Finance (No.2) Act 2017 has passed into law – we look at the impact on the Money Purchase Annual Allowance.

Our latest research looks to understand the key influences on millennials' future long-term pension savings. Here are our top five takeaways to consider when developing a strategy for advising them.

Our new analysis has highlighted the fiscal pressures on the Chancellor due to a combination of spending pressures, revenue shortfalls and an inability to raise politically sensitive rates of tax, NICs and VAT.

Read our research paper, providing insight to millennials' attitudes and behaviours around saving for retirement.

Last week the government announced the pensions dashboard project will go ahead under the DWP.

Our enhancements will make it even easier for clients to access our secure online service area.

We consider the progress of the FCA’s Advice Unit as well as the most recent proposed guidance on insistent clients.

Our latest policy paper reveals what the fall in the savings ratio does (and doesn’t) mean.

The Retail Distribution Review (RDR) brought many benefits to the UK pension industry, but it also created an advice gap, resulting in consumers with the smallest funds struggling to access advice at a suitable price.

We'll shortly be writing to customers who took out a Pension Portfolio plan between 11 January and 30 May 2016 to tell them about a further retirement income option we’ve added to their plan from 30 May 2016 - combined regular payments of tax-free cash and taxable income payments.

On 6 April 2015 new legislation came into force that introduced new responsibilities for trustees of occupational money purchase pension schemes. 

We're mailing trustees, employers and customers to tell them about changes to their pension plans to cater for the new pension flexibility.

Supporting you through the change.

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The Royal London Mutual Insurance Society Limited is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. The firm is on the Financial Services Register, registration number 117672. It provides life assurance and pensions. Registered in England and Wales number 99064. Registered office: 55 Gracechurch Street, London, EC3V 0RL.