Flat Rate Pension

David Cameron is considering other options rather than the flat rate state pension

Cameron calls for review of flat rate state pension plans

David Cameron is considering changing his mind on the flat rate pension, a plan that was widely praised for abolishing means testing and simplifying the pensions system.

The flat rate state pension is designed to simplify the UK's state pension system

A guide to the flat rate state pension

The flat rate state pension is the most popular alternative for state pension reform in the UK but what is it, how will it work and when will it be introduced?

Many people in the UK have inadequate provision for their retirement

1 in 5 save nothing for retirement as UK gripped by 'ingrained inertia'

A new report by Scottish Widows shows that although slightly more of us are saving for a pension the UK's expectations of their pension income and when they want to retire is unrealistic.

A new flat-rate state pension is to be announced

Government to announce new flat-rate state pension

The government is preparing to announce full details of a simplified state pension that pays a flat-rate and that will be introduced in 2015 or 2016.

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