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Setting net zero goals – a ball of confusion?

  As readers know, I’m interested in the value savers get from their money and the majority of my thinking has been the amount of money savings produce (the outcome). But we all know there is clean and dirty money, … Continue reading

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“Migrating to net zero” – what does that mean?

Inspired by Rob Gardner and infuriated by my luck of understanding of what my money’s up to, I’m determined to get to grips with all these promises about pension schemes getting to net zero. So I’m going to a conference … Continue reading

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How do we know if our money’s mattering?

Like a lot of savers , I see promises escalate over the race to net-zero , each outdoing the last and I wonder how likely these promises are to be met and how I can tell if my money is … Continue reading

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Judging the net zero pledges of workplace pensions

Competition between workplace pension providers has been a great boon to the 11 million new savers who have payroll contributions being made towards a retirement pot. The vast majority of the retirement pots being built up are likely to see … Continue reading

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Cushoning our pension pot’s impact on the planet

  No pension scheme has so committed itself to the cause of preventing climate change as Cushon.Ben Pollard told me that it would take me 27 years of recycling my household waste to do as much for the planet as … Continue reading

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