Pension PlayPen lunch – “are we better off out?”

Pension Play Pen lunch – Monday June 3rd 2019

Brexit and Trexit

Brexit and Trexit are in the news, we all know about Brexit – some know about Trinity College Cambridge’s unilateral departure from USS (Tr-exit). Is Trinity College better off out….. and is Britain?

Does collectivism have a role in today’s world?

Should the strong shoulder the weak?

Who picks up the bill if they do?

Is the bill worth worrying about?

The Pension Play Pen meets as it has met the first business Monday of the month for the past 10 years. We will this week be downstairs at the back (not upstairs) in the Counting House and we will be meeting at 12pm, eating at 12.30 and breaking at 1.30 for a more formal conversation.

All are welcome, the cost will be c £15 shared between us and I look forward to seeing you in the Counting House at Monday lunchtime.

About henry tapper

Founder of the Pension PlayPen, Director of First Actuarial, partner of Stella, father of Olly . I am the Pension Plowman
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1 Response to Pension PlayPen lunch – “are we better off out?”

  1. John Mather says:

    Which pledges do you think Boris means? The ones before the Referendum? Why have so many voted to abandon the NHS as Farage advocates? Why do 94% think they can do without financial advice and how are they performing having saved all those fees compared with those who took advice from an independent adviser?

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