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“Who’d want to be a pension trustee?” – asks a pension trustee

Michael Clark is a good friend to this blog and he’s also a useful person to know if you need a good pension trustee or some common sense-ical corporate pension advice. He writes well too and this article (picked up … Continue reading

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Regulator fines Regulator

Robin Ellison has too refined a mind and too fine a writing style, for his thoughts to be left languishing on Linked in. Not since the days of John Quarrell has there been such a dissenting voice, speaking againstĀ  theĀ  … Continue reading

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Who’s afraid of auto-enrolment?

Despite the dire warnings – not that many UK employers New research from workplace pensions provider NOW: Pensions reveals that UK small firms are relatively relaxed about auto enrolment and the introduction of the National Living Wage with concerns focussed … Continue reading

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