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It is 100 years since the Great War ended. It is a Sunday and my church will start the morning service 15 minutes only so we can stand in silence together and remember. There is nothing good to remember about … Continue reading
It’s an important question to anyone who is involved with the BSPS. Today is the penultimate of Time to Choose, over the past week, the main job has been to encourage those who have not made an active choice, to … Continue reading
Over the weekend I got a passionate note from a regular correspondent. Here it is – with the target of his frustration omitted! The concept of a TPA being paid twice is very common. The main culprit is Cxxxxx They have … Continue reading
It’s Sunday morning and I am reading a poem written around 1936 by Ezra Pound. It is about Usury , in this context the bad practice of the Medici Bank which Pound claimed screwed up the great artistic achievements of medieval … Continue reading
Two matters have made me chuckle this morning.
Things are pretty grim in DB land just now. The 3% hike in personal contributions to public sector pensions is likely to accelerate the trend for individuals to opt-out of DB leaving these schemes derelict. The anticipated abolition of contracting out from … Continue reading
There is no evidence that the private sector has found the secret to insuring the cost of people living longer. It has merely found ways of insuring itself against the risks of ruin.