Mothers ‘missing out on millions’ in state pension

DWP claim it is collaborating with HMRC to determine the scope of the problem.

Third of young adults believe state pension won’t exist when they retire

Adults in their twenties believe they will be unable to rely on a state pension in the future.

Pensioners urged to apply for cost of living support before it’s too late

People of state pension age urged to verify their eligibility for Pension Credit to access cost of living support.

Four in ten older Brits expect to continue working beyond state pension age

Many older workers fear pensions and savings won’t be enough to last their retirement years.

State pension age increase doubled poverty rates, says IFS

Increasing the state pension age has had a devastating impact on the incomes of older people, research shows.

State Pension spending forecast to rise by £24bn as record numbers approach retirement

Number of people reaching State Pension Age is set to hit a new high in the coming decade.

Eligible pensioners urged to claim Pension Credit as £1.7bn remains unclaimed

Pension Credit increases a person's weekly income to a minimum of £182.60 for single retirees and £278.70 for couples.

DWP errors continue to deny thousands of women full state pension

DWP continuing to make errors on state pension assessments, says former pensions minister Steve Webb.