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Monthly Archives: March 2013
Most UK pension people may still agree with you and see 0.9% as cheap but not me. It might have been cheap in 2000 and it certainly isn’t today! Continue reading
What are active member discounts (AMDs) and what’s so wrong with them? Continue reading
This is an article from Michael Johnson. I agree with the numbers but I’m not so sure about the sentiment that lies behind it. As a nation we can afford anything if we chose to prioritise the spending and we … Continue reading
Monday will see the start of the benefits changes that will climax in the full introduction of the Universal Credit in a year’s time. This is not an article about these changes. But it takes it kicks off from a brilliant … Continue reading
every time we say one thing and mean another, we are creating distrust in the person who we are talking or writing to Continue reading
“Possible easements for employers providing good pension schemes” Continue reading
Hats off to the journalists, thought leaders , practitioners and trade representatives who worked together for good. In a couple of weeks they created a framework for change Continue reading
The promise of “Wealth at work” has disguised the paucity of the pension outcomes when work finishes. Continue reading
those charged with fiduciary responsibilities, including the managers themselves must, as Dan puts it “put themselves in their customers shoes” and start treating them fairly, Continue reading