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Must Britains be slaves to online pension fraud?

In yesterday’s debate on Online Harms, I urged the Minister to act to stop people losing their pension savings through scams. The Government doesn’t want to tackle this in its Online Safety Bill. It needs to think again. pic.twitter.com/uU5CRBMpOW — … Continue reading

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Sorting the Pension Gender Gap needs more than a nudge

  I’ve turned back to the research done by State Street and People’s Pension on the pension adequacy. The report came out a while ago and it’s not had the attention it needs or deserves, you can read it here. … Continue reading

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Pension Lifestyling – the evidence

  We at AgeWage aren’t concerning ourselves with theory, we busy ourselves with experience, studying the evidence of “what actually happened”. In this study, we look at what actually happened to people’s savings as they approached retirement and we’re focusing … Continue reading

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Why is the PLSA laying into Guy Opperman?

What is going wrong? It appears that the PLSA has fallen out with the DWP and the Pensions Minister in particular. Yesterday the PLSA’s Director of Policy publicly criticized the Pension Minister for failing to adopt its proposals on “Guided … Continue reading

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How DC consolidation can benefit DC members

  Like Climate Change, Pension Consolidation isn’t something theoretical, it’s happening and at a great pace. I remember when DB transfers were at their peak (2018) people talking about what was to come. It had come and before the regulators … Continue reading

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DIY drawdown – your pension, your risk- your choice?

Over the weekend, three people pointed me to the article Don Ezra wrote for the FT. It’s a very good article and one of the best arguments I’ve read to explain why US Economist and Nobel Prize winner Bill Sharpe … Continue reading

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MaPS – this is not the way to buy investment pathways!

I wonder how many of the 60,000 people who each month decide they want to “get at” their pension money, are finding their way to MaPS website set up for people to understand and compare their investment pathway options (for … Continue reading

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TPR demands trustee action on climate change risks.

A new climate change strategy was published on Wednesday by The Pensions Regulator. TPR is calling on scheme trustees to act now to protect savers from climate risk. It has come in for criticism in the FT’s Pension Expert. I don’t … Continue reading

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Can the “cost of lifestyle” be measured or managed?

I’m pleased that Julius Pursail has commented on my post on lifestyling. He’s someone who cares a lot about member outcomes. He’s made it clear in Professional Pensions that he wants the trust he advises – Cushon – to do … Continue reading

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Will technology save lifestyle?

No sooner have I published a blog announcing that AgeWage is embarking on research on how lifestyle has actually done, than I read a post in Professional Pensions from Julius Pursaill explaining how a master trust he advises is going … Continue reading

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