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51 years old , twice married, one son. Cambridge Graduate , Icelandic fisherman, failed management consultant. Rugby player, oarsman and double bassist.
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- The Pension Plowman Daily is out! ln.is/paper.li/YiZl2 Stories via @SavvyScot @EuropeanMag @jenna_kimberlyythanks 9 hours ago
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- If all you had was all you have - how long could you last? Guest blog from VIVI ln.is/wp.me/6wFGCthanks 10 hours ago
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- To laugh or to cry? - the ABI's review of legacy charges.
- After the 2014 earthquake, the 2015 Tsunami - great guest blog from Ralph Frank
- If all you had was all you have - how long could you last? Guest blog from VIVI
- How Government can ensure capacity for good pensions advice and provision
- "Lest we forget" - can we sweep legacy under the table?
- Is there a productivity dividend from auto-enrolment?
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- Clarity needed on NEST's finances
- What's missing from the FCA's "retirement income" market study..
- Keeping the vultures at bay (pension liberation)
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Monthly Archives: December 2010
We should be proud of our pension system and I for one go into 2011 believing that America and other nations can look to the UK for leadership in this field. Continue reading
Peter died in his kitchen from a heart attack at the age of 76. It was just before Christmas.
Gavin Henson – a proper father.
The best part of the Christmas story was the Magi rocking up at Bethlehem following a global sat nav and a lot of hope..
Since there is no obvious pressure on companies to renegotiate charges for their employees , I see no obvious reason why pension charges will fall. Unless that is, voices such as the RSA are heard.
Of course with pensions the outcomes are not so polarised- you don’t lose all if your horse doesn’t win. But the stakes are much higher- when you annuitise you are betting your standard of living for the rest of your life.
We have the right to ask a simple question back to Government- why weren’t we asked these questions before?
Play pen parties rock – big up to all! Snow and ice cannot stop us having fun. Huge thankyou to all who could and all who couldn’t – Dick Strattan – legend – honour and a privilege to share a room when … Continue reading