Tag Archives: Mandatory retirement

The point of work’s to dream of doing nothing

The ongoing semantic squabble about how not to talk about “pensions” continues to preoccupy those advising on and providing pensions. Last night I was chatting with Ben Mulroney of Mallowstreet who complained that there was only so much that could be … Continue reading

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Where the pensions axe falls

The spending review will hit the poorest pensioned hardest. The freezing of pension credits and the raising of the State Pension Retirement Age are non-progressive measures. Women who are generally less well pensioned will suffer from the raising of the SRA … Continue reading

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