Tag Archives: Furlough

A CIPP initiative on workplace pensions

The times call for a fresh and innovative approach to help staff facing an uncertain future. The prospect of reduced work prospects faces many of us, especially furloughed staff.  This article looks at an initiative taken by the CIPP to … Continue reading

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The end of furlough and what it means for pensions.

A question was asked of the DWP on April 24th filed under  “Pensions: Advisory Services”  To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, what discussions she has had with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) on when the FCA … Continue reading

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The pension must go on

As we all work in our individual way from our individual workplaces, it’s hard to see the big picture – we see plenty of trees but not the wood. Pensions are not about us but about the people who get … Continue reading

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Payroll into battle!

  April 20th 2020 will live long in the memories of payroll. The Furlough has begun! Here is Barry Matthews – payroll enthusiast and BDD of PayCircle and his call to arms! Monday morning 20th April 2020, payroll teams across … Continue reading

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Furloughing financial advice?

This blog has been furloughed

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