Category Archives: Debt

Finger in the dyke stuff! DC pricing is just too leaky Jon!


Jonathan Stapleton has written a deliberatively provocative piece in Professional Pensions which will be applauded by the operators of workplace pensions but is going to get short shrift from me.   You can read  Jonathan’s opinions here. The gist of Jonathan’s … Continue reading

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WONGA – The context of the decision


  The decision of the FCA to enforce a section 166 order on Wonga demonstrates a new intent to get to grips with bad behaviour in the financial community which has got to be good news for us in pensions. … Continue reading

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How much should I spend on retirement?


People get frightened by this question – they shouldn’t! The simple answer is that we all pay into a national pension scheme through national insurance and you can find out what you’re likely to get from the State we completing … Continue reading

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What payroll can do to keep away the loan sharks.


We all know the sharks that swim in financial waters preying on the weakest and driving them and their families into deeper debt with all the social and health problems that “deep debt” brings. And I’m sure that if it … Continue reading

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