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The pension dashboard is changing – but for the better?

      Like a fool I thought that a DWP seminar on the Pension Dashboard would be held at the DWP, it was held at the ABI. I had to double back on my Boris Bike. which meant I missed the … Continue reading

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These are the Good Times for savers and investors!

  It is very rare that savers get told they’re “having it good”, but if you’re saving into a workplace pension default , you’ve just had a great 12 months. I’m looking at a piece of paper that tells me … Continue reading

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Entrepreneurs need leadership, not political personality contests- guest blog from Stephen Kelly

In recent days, it has felt alarmingly like our political leaders have left the pitch. With the Government and the Opposition both agonising over leadership contests and underground coups, a worrying narrative has started to creep in. Scaremongering, talking down the economy, … Continue reading

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Pensions for start-ups – you having a laugh?

Well “no” actually! This article sets out to explain why even the youngest of companies should be planning for pensions. Pension planning isn’t top of the list for entrepreneurs, most hope their business will become their pension. But there are good … Continue reading

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