Tag Archives: AgeWage

Data in a dungeon

    I’m pleased that Guy Opperman came out fighting for the dashboard when he addressed the Society of Pension Professionals yesterday. He identified two central problems facing the consumer wanting to find out about their pensions. That their data … Continue reading

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Why value for money must be assessed on saver’s data

The numbers in the boxes above  show how much value a group of savers have done with £523m invested in their pots. On the face of it, they have got a better return on average (4.75%) than if they’d been … Continue reading

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Payroll + Pensions = Value for money! Register here for the event of next week

  REGISTER HERE This is going to be by far and away the best webinar you could watch next week REGISTER HERE Hosted with our thanks by the CIPP   For a sneak peak of payroll’s best kept secret – … Continue reading

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Why your pension records – like your medicals – should be yours by right

This blog sets out for the first time a fundamental right of the retirement saver, a right to see their pension record in a digitally readable format. Continue reading

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Pension Self Help

We live at a time of self empowerment. If we don’t know how to do something we learn, searching for answers from the web. We’ve learned how to do things from You tube, understand things from Wiki and with a … Continue reading

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A user’s guide to AgeWage.com

As regular readers will know,  I campaign for better information to be made available to savers about their pension pots and to help people understand their pot, have formed a company, AgeWage.  AgeWage.com helps people make sense of their pots … Continue reading

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Is value for money, the Standard by which we can make sense of pensions?

Although financial advisers do a great job and  advice usually provides value for the money it costs,  9 out of 10 British adults will take the key financial decisions about their retirement on their own. The FCA wants unadvised individuals … Continue reading

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Is value only in the eye of the beholder?

Yesterday’s blog on the capacity of “value” to simplify pensions has solicited some strong comment and a very interesting debate on linked in I am  interested in the comments of Simon Ellis who has been assessing value in funds For … Continue reading

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Pension Bee and the fintech annuity

Legal & General Retail Retirement has agreed a new partnership  to provide annuities to PensionBee customers. From 3rd August, customers enquiring about an annuity with PensionBee will be introduced to Legal & General for further information, or to get a … Continue reading

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Arsenal v Chelsea – what matters tonight is the result.

Tonight we have an FA Cup final. It may or may not be a great game but that’s not what Chelsea and Arsenal fans are worried about, they are worried about the score! The score will create an outcome, the … Continue reading

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