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Tag Archives: accountants
Every year I feel compelled to write something quite uncritical and totally over the top about Accountex. This year is no different. People know that the accountancy practices- and especially their payroll departments are the true heroes of auto-enrolment … Continue reading
Such is the pressure on trustees and sponsors of our defined benefit schemes to appear solvent, that they welcome the transfer of their potential pensioners to “cash” as a suffocating man breathes fetid gas. It is within the capacity of … Continue reading
Business mentors are important. For some years I’ve looked at Martin Lewis as an example. I have exploited a gap in conviction based thought leadership in pensions to build this blog and help develop Pension PlayPen as a brand that … Continue reading
Big decisions like BREXIT kelp declutter the mind. Some of the most powerful thought-pieces I have read from Nigel Wilson, Steve Kelly and other business leaders have been about the need to return our focus to the fundamentals , the … Continue reading
Are all Workplace Pensions the same? Can we distinguish one “Workie” from another? Are all Workies equal – or are some Workies more equal than another? For those not familiar with the adverts- Workie is a Technicolor creature, designed by … Continue reading
This week and for weeks to come , I am out and about talking with the payroll partners of large accountancy practices who feel they have no choice but to help their employer clients through auto-enrolment. I’m doing this work … Continue reading
Auto-enrolment is a worry to accountants. Estimates are pretty consistent that around two thirds of all employers staging auto enrolment will look to accountants for compliance with auto-enrolment regulations and help with choosing and setting up a workplace pension. Unfortunately … Continue reading
Industry gossip or genuine cause for concern? A number of conversations I had at yesterday’s Capacity Crunch conference at the Friends of Auto-Enrolment focussed on the febrile finances of master trust arrangements. In particular, the arrangement between the trustees and … Continue reading
If you were to read some of the reactions to the announcement yesterday by People’s Pension that they would be charging employers either £500 or £300 to set up a pension with them, you’d think that some intermediaries had just … Continue reading