Returning to work after caring for children can throw up some surprises. One thing that may be new to you is being automatically enrolled into a workplace pension.
Women and pensions
To get the full new State Pension you need to have paid National Insurance for 35 years but you can get credits through registering for child allowance.
As part of our parenthood awareness campaign, we're taking a look at the rules around maternity leave and pensions.
News archive: Women and pensions
Fran Kirby: Award Winning Footballer - 05 May 2018
Mother’s Day 2018 - 11 March 2018
International Women’s Day - 08 March 2018
Day of the Girl - 11 October 2017
Bumper Week for Babies But Don’t Forget the Pension - 02 October 2017
Till death us do paperwork - 14 February 2017
TPAS Annual Review 2015-16 launched - 16 September 2016
Women and Pensions 2016 survey launched today - 05 January 2016
Are you saving enough for retirement? - 02 May 2014
TPAS launches new guide - 14 February 2014
Sorting out your pension could improve your relationship! - 12 February 2014
Women and pensions survey - 24 January 2014