Tag Archives: Pension Dashboard

Financial fairness for all.


  Lots of good things came from yesterday’s rant against the burden the Governments’ proposals for auto-enrolment would impose on those on low incomes. Is the purpose of extending auto-enrolment to cut back on the state pension? @henryhtapper says it is. … Continue reading

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Can we have our pension dashboard back?


The DWP, flush with successfully delivering auto-enrolment is now setting its sights on delivering a “pension dashboard”. The dashboard should allow every adult in the UK to see their pension rights, not just from the State, but from occupational and … Continue reading

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The pension dashboard is changing – but for the better?


      Like a fool I thought that a DWP seminar on the Pension Dashboard would be held at the DWP, it was held at the ABI. I had to double back on my Boris Bike. which meant I missed the … Continue reading

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Not so fast – Mr Robot!


  Telling moment during the Lockton Global Forum today: Mike Tyler refers to the famous study BMW did comparing performance levels between a production line with older workers with a line on younger workers. Delegate from BMW speaks up: “I … Continue reading

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What a “strong mandate” means for pensions.


Since the range of outcomes considered by the bookies ranges from “strong” to “weak” conservative majority, I’m putting my money on the Liberals getting an overall majority (only 25-1 with William Hill). That seems the likeliest alternative outcome and I’ve … Continue reading

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Is there any “challenge” to this Pension Dashboard?


I was invited yesterday to the Treasury’s “Challenge Panel” , held to discuss the proposals for the pensions dashboard, a prototype of which will emerge next month. Actually, I wasn’t invited – I went in someone else’s place. I went … Continue reading

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Pension Dashboard – cure or curse?


    This lunchtime , the Pension PlayPen lunch will be discussing this very question. If you’d like to have your say in what is likely to be a robust discussion, get yourself to the Partners Room in the Counting … Continue reading

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Pension Wise+Pension Dashboard=?


You’ve probably seen the splurge of advertising for Pensions Wise, as it eases towards a new brand. Odd! Someone’s got a budget to burn! In a couple of months we’ll have a new brand and a whole load more rules … Continue reading

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The Pension Dashboard – all dressed up with nowhere to go.


The number of pension providers who’ve paid to join the Government’s pension dashboard initiative has risen to 17. The initial pilot will be more complete because legacy pension providers like Phoenix have joined the hard core who offer new pensions … Continue reading

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Pension fury from Paul Lewis


It’s worth subscribing to Paul Lewis’ weekly Moneybox blog, delivered to your inbox on a Friday afternoon. This week’s mail addresses a central unfairness; those laying down the law on pensions are sorted , those they tell to “engage” –  face  “glacial”  innovation from … Continue reading

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