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BREAKING; 35% of employers see pension pausing increase

The CIPP’s quick poll on employee’s “pausing” contributions to workplace pensions,  closed yesterday. For the first time , there is evidence of large scale pausing by employees who can’t afford their pensions. The CIPP report 410 employers participating, describing engagement … Continue reading

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Quick Poll: Are you seeing an increase in employees pausing contributions to workplace pensions?

My friends at CIPP are running a poll for their members because of lack of information about what staff are really doing on “opt-outs” and “pension pausing”. Interesting “quick poll” from @CIPP_UK https://t.co/bU7pg6t7kt Keen to see results @JosephineCumbo — Henry … Continue reading

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Opperman links launch of 2017 AE reforms to wash-up of small pots

Guy Opperman clearly enjoys twitter, he has mastered the production of a twitter thread (a series of micro-blogs that can develop an argument without fear of interruption). Here is the latest, which while being overly triumphal, contains some strong messages … Continue reading

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The OECD’s 10 Commandments for DC pensions

The OECD has produced a well thought out Recommendation for the design of defined contribution pension plans. Published on 23rd February, it has received little comment (presumably as it has not been subject to a press release). However, it is … Continue reading

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Influencing people to be proud of their pension

I was struck by a tweet from Martin Lewis yesterday Rather happy to see my video about pension auto-enrolment on TikTok has had 70,000 views in the hour since I posted it. It’s very rewarding to see that audience watching … Continue reading

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State Pension Age Review – no scope-creep please!

The Government has published an open consultation; Second State Pension age review: independent report call for evidence It asks for us to go back to first principles and consider why we have a state pension and who pays for who. … Continue reading

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Auto-enrolment upgrade? Let’s sort out state benefits first.

He said much the same, re: bidding for a Bill in the 3rd or 4th session, to @AdrianBoulding in September. https://t.co/ehKIxCKoE1 — David Robbins (@David_J_Robbins) January 26, 2022   The thread says what needs to be said. The Government has … Continue reading

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Auto-enrolment’s difficult second album

When auto-enrolment started I, naively as it turns out, hoped that small employers would be excited enough by the chance to choose a workplace pension, to consider what made for a good scheme and download a report that told them … Continue reading

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