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VitalityInvest designed to cater for people living longer but not saving enough
'Carers Action Plan' launched by UK government to help carers - one-in-10 adults
The number of people saving into a workplace pension has hit an all-time high, with 17.7 million people actively participating last year, latest government data shows
Women retiring this year will have average expected retirement incomes £4,900 lower than men, research by Prudential has found
Just over one in five people with multiple pension pots have lost track of some of their retirement savings, Aegon research finds.
Advisers should familiarise themselves with what clients can and cannot do with a power of attorney if they want to work closely with solicitors and accountants, Tish Hanifan told delegates at PA360
Scottish Widows' financial protection technical and industry affairs manager selected by DWP to support insurance consumer rights for disabled people
Bedford-based mutual society chooses Disability Rights UK as its charity partner for 2018
Slowdown linked to austerity and NHS neglect, academics argue
With another green paper consultation on the cards, Richard Walsh examines the state of NHS funding, whether we're at a tipping point and the key questions that need to be addressed when covering social care costs.
Result of Theresa May's reshuffle
Prime Minister's cabinet reshuffle re-appoints Jeremy Hunt as Health Secretary but with responsibility for Social Care rolled in.
Scheme to help carers of disabled people build better state pensions failed to reach 97% of target group, a Freedom Of Information reply from DWP has revealed.
Research by Royal London into care funding has found a huge variation in both the amount councils would be willing to pay towards care home costs and the extent to which people have to 'haggle' with their local authority to obtain a good deal.
The majority (73%) of over-45s have not planned or spoken with family about care in later life and are confused about government policy, research from Just has found.
First Secretary Damian Green has announced that the government will publish a green paper on care and support for older people by summer 2018.
'Last big unpooled risk citizens face'
15% of people saving monthly for care
As a result of significant increases in life expectancy, an additional 71,000 care home places will be needed for older adults spend with substantial care needs, according to a study published in The Lancet.
Will introduce a cap on cost of care
Plans to make greater use of 'deferred payments' to claw back social care costs from the value of the sale of a family home could fail unless the existing 'deferred payments' system is improve, Royal London has warned.
Theresa May is reportedly putting long-term care at the heart of the Conservative manifesto so that pensioners will not have to pay more than £85,000 for their social care costs, according to reports today.
Sir Andrew Dilnot has revisited Britain's long-term care system, describing it as 'absolute chaos' while discussing implications and reforms for the government, insurance market and pensioner benefits.