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Monthly Archives: November 2013
I phoned my bank yesterday looking for a mortgage. “How long do you want your mortgage for Mr Tapper?” “Fifteen years” “I’m sorry Mr Tapper, we can’t lend on an interest only basis beyond your 65th birthday so that will … Continue reading
It is not as if the insurers have not been given the chance to get their act together. They have – and continue to have – the chance to change. But if they will not clean up their act voluntarily, can they complain if politicians have to clean it up for them?
One of the odd things (asymmetries) about pensions is that 90% of the attention is focussed on 10% of the schemes. The top 100 pension funds in Britain have more assets under management than the next 900 . And if … Continue reading