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Buying your pension is one if not the biggest financial decisions you will take (or have taken). It’s fearfully difficult and most people take it with little help and – worse-information. Almost everyone is going to have to do it and that so … Continue reading
Paul Johnson and the Institute of Fiscal Studies have done the numbers and, to nobody’s surprise, have concluded that the long-term cost of public sector pensions in terms of “pensions out” will be about the same under the new regime … Continue reading
My criticism of the Green Paper is that while it is long on philosophising on the impact of longevity, the need for fairness and for personal responsibility, it’s short on idntifying the winners and losers in the process.
It is time that we started using our existing infrastructure, the PPF, the DWP pension payment system and the ultimate covenant of the UK tax-payer to sort out this mess.
A man walks into a shop, goes to the counter and asks the shopkeeper for a pension
Another restatement, the gravy train has hit the buffers. Continue reading