Tag Archives: Pensioins

Defining the benefit of CDC – Con Keating on “CDB”.

The pension experts have great fun rubbishing Frank Field’s inquiry into CDC. Here’s why Frank says he’s doing it. “What the select committee is aiming for is to retain some of the best features of company schemes in a different age when employers … Continue reading

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and every WASP will have her day!

There will be a further debate on women’s state pension ages in the Westminster Hall of the House of Commons. The precise wording of the #WASPI Petition Debate, taking place in Westminster Hall on 1st Feb, led by @HelenJonesMP pic.twitter.com/Ar4Kw2E9Ba … Continue reading

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Crowd-sourcing a solution to the net-pay pension problem.

The people who are losing out on Government contributions into their workplace pensions because their schemes work on net pay rather than “relief at source” are oblivious of this problem, they serve coffee in Costa, work in nursing homes and … Continue reading

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Aren’t pensions worth a mention in this election?

Why has there been so little comment this election campaign on pensions? When the rabbit came out of the hat in #Budget2014, many thought the freedom of pensions was the Conservatives great “retail offer”. Has Steve Webb diluted its political … Continue reading

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