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Monthly Archives: January 2014
I’ve blogged already this week about the ludicrous reaction of the ABI to Steve Webb’s ideas about Collective Defined Contribution! The latest ruse is to rename “CDC” – “with-profits”. What a brilliant way to discredit it! And who is leading … Continue reading
The debate on Collective Defined Benefit has so far been a matter for politicians , academics and actuaries. Most people haven’t a clue what CDC is or how it might benefit or harm their retirements. I’ve been trying to broaden … Continue reading
The ABI have 10 problems with Steve Webb’s collective DC plan, articulated as follows by Huw Davies , their Director of Policy. As usual his is a constructive outcome focussed argument as you’d expect from an organisation devoted to making the lot of Britain’s … Continue reading
Apologies to the bard – my point is this; the act of saving is laudable but its impact is variable. Saving is not always a good thing and as a spending choice has to compete with debt repayment and … Continue reading
The magic of the cup is that the fans of the team that lost seem to be the only ones that enjoyed the game Continue reading
If we are to restore public confidence in pensions, we need action not more procrastination. Continue reading