Tag Archives: adequacy

“Not so fast!” – the @Aviva #AE conference needs to listen to those not in the room

I spent yesterday morning with Aviva at their future of Auto-Enrolment event in the City. Here’s Aviva’s 10 point wish-list for Auto-Enrolment. ADEQUACY: 1. Phase towards 12.5% contributions by 2028 2. Adopt a flat rate of tax relief – save … Continue reading

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Musings from the Cosan local – guest blog from Philip Dickinson

    On a recent evening in Bristol, out celebrating with our latest recruit, I struck up a conversation with two young chaps who worked in advertising and media.  They were both approaching their 30’s, had good jobs and were … Continue reading

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Playing pass the parcel with the pensions time bomb

Experts talk about Australia or the Nordics as countries which have “got pensions right”, but what do they mean by “right”? Can we de-fuse the demographic time-bomb? Or must politicians resign themselves to playing pass the parcel with a suspect … Continue reading

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What are you trying to achieve, Chancellor – guest blog from Ralph Frank

The Government’s current consultation on “strengthening the incentive to save” seems to be missing some key background information around what the Government is trying to achieve.  The Consultation seeks to “encourage people to save enough during their working lives to … Continue reading

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