More than half of doctors are cutting back their hours to avoid being forced to pay “punitive” pension tax bills – with almost a quarter considering taking early retirement.
YOLO – or you only live once, much like the Latin carpe diem – is a call to live life to the full.
Engine maker Rolls-Royce has offloaded a £4.6 billion chunk of its pension scheme covering 33,000 members to Legal & General, in the biggest deal of its kind in the UK.
Holyrood politicians are campaigning for their pensions to come from “ethical investments” rather than the oil and gas industry.
Consumer organisation Which? has called for new mothers to receive a £2,000 pension boost so they are not disadvantaged when they reach retirement.
Lloyds Banking Group has been taken to task by shareholders over its pay and pension plans for top bosses after being accused of “boundless greed”.
Lloyds Banking Group has been accused of “feverish desperation and boundless greed” over its pension plans for boss Antonio Horta-Osorio ahead of its annual shareholder meeting on Thursday.
A senior Tory MSP has been urged to apologise after a "callous" comment about the plight of pensioners.
Gogglebox producers were paid £315,000 by the Department for Work and Pensions for an advert promoting workplace pensions.
Pensions dashboards enabling people to see details of their retirement savings in one place have been given the green light, with initial industry models expected this year.
Changes to NHS pensions from next week could lead to redundancies and increased difficulty in recruiting and retaining GPs, MSPs have warned.
A public sector pension fund could be used to fund massive north-east infrastructure projects as council funding continues to plunge.
Staff at Aberdeen International Airport could be poised to go on strike - less than a year after industrial action that would have ruined scores of holiday plans was narrowly avoided.
An Aberdeen councillor has hit out at criticism of public sector pension investment in arms companies as “ill-informed”.
A social work report has been ordered for a woman who defrauded the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) of almost £11,000.
Many people will have seen or heard about the reduction in the level of Pension Lifetime Allowance.
With the chancellor’s Budget statement taking place this week, what will be announced and put under the spotlight?
A former pensions minister has warned pension tax relief is likely to be cut by the chancellor in the Budget later this month.
North-east women, fighting against controversial pension changes, attended an apprentice show yesterday in a “tongue in cheek” effort to show up a Westminster MP.
Workplace pension saving has become “the norm” for many British employees, according to research findings released by the UK Government.
More than 100,000 people in the north of Scotland will be hit by Tory pension amendments, according to fresh analysis by the House of Commons Library.
A surge in pension transfers typically worth more than the value of the average home has taken place over the last year, a survey of financial advisers has found.
Moray's SNP and Conservative general election candidates have butted heads over a pensions row which affects thousands of local women.
More than seven million people have been put into a workplace pension by their employer due to a landmark retirement savings drive, figures show.
Ian Blackford has implored a UK government minister to be a "hero" to 1950s-born women and take steps to reverse the accelerated timetable for increases in their state pension age.
A group campaigning for equal rights for women staged a demonstration in Aberdeen city centre at the weekend.
The SNP has thrown down the gauntlet to the UK Government, offering a "way out" of the controversy over the accelerated timetable for increases in women's state pension age.
A group of Moray women brought their fight for fairer pensions to the streets of Elgin during a colourful demonstration yesterday.
An Aberdeenshire citizens advice team has warned OAPs in the region are being targeted for their pension pots.
In recent months, the majority of auto enrolment headlines have focused on smaller employers who are preparing to meet their staging dates – but what about those employers who have already staged and their considerations for this year?
Lecturers at Scottish universities could refuse to set exams for their students if a ballot calling for industrial action in a pensions row succeeds.
Chancellor George Osborne will today announce that he is axing the tax paid when pension pots are left behind to loved ones when people die.