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Monthly Archives: November 2019
As regular readers will know, I enjoy an uneasy relationship with the FCA’s Debbie Gupta.I’ve called her “gabby” and she’s found me shabby – in my comments about her former CIO. And it is right and proper the FCA has … Continue reading
AND WE HAVE A WINNER… Scam Man & Robbin’! The judges loved the retro aspect, taking the vigilante stance and the overall simplicity! Congratulations guys! 🥳 #PensionScamsHackathon — PensionBee (@pensionbee) November 29, 2019 Scams are a worry, and not … Continue reading
I had some time yesterday to read up on two documents about advice and guidance. The first was an article by John Lappin in Corporate Adviser, explaining the need in the workplace for more help for people navigating the … Continue reading
Mini-bonds – who needs them – who loves them? Why do they exist? They exist to line the pockets of people who find easy money in our yearning for 8% interest on our money. Where does this desire come from? … Continue reading
The night job I went out canvassing last night, I only spoke to about 30 people but one thing I am sure of – this election is not being fought on pensions. People were talking from their flats about sovereignty, … Continue reading
I’m going to use this blog to pick out the key points arising from the restitution offer made by Labour to the WASPI women. My conclusion is that this matter is best dealt with in the light of the determination … Continue reading
Fantastic news that today’s Conservative Manifesto includes a commitment to look at the pensions net pay anomaly. I hope all other parties will now make the same commitment. pic.twitter.com/4MUXrwlDCE — Adrian Boulding (@AdrianBoulding) November 24, 2019 Adrian , along with … Continue reading
A very complex issue This is not a blog about the rights or wrongs of WASPI, it is simply a statement about party political promises to women in the UK , born in the nineteen fifties. Their case is made … Continue reading
On March 6th 2019 , Dr Nitin Arora wrote on my blog. You can read the entire article on the link. He detailed how his tax bill , combined with the deferred taxation on his pension , meant that he … Continue reading
I’ve started so I’ll finish, I will post my views on the Conservative manifesto from a pensions perspective, when it gets published. But as I didn’t have to waste many words on the Liberal policy pleasantary afterthought, I’d look into … Continue reading