Tag Archives: pensioner

A shot in the arm for pension payroll?

I write a regular column for Reward Strategy, formerly Payroll World. This is the last column I wrote for Jerome Small, who has been editor for a few years but is leaving to go freelance. The people who pay us … Continue reading

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FCA- Outcomes for DC savers will improve when we resume sharing risk!

The FCA has asked for response to it’s Retirement Outcome review, NEST have shared their response with the FT which reports  NEST saying that, without “the right support structures in place”, it was “extremely concerned” its 5m members may run out … Continue reading

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Pension Transfer Offers – should you take yours?

  I urge you to listen this excellent podcast (skip to 1 minute to avoid the ad). It’s led by Jo Cumbo and has the thoughts of a couple of IFAs (who I don’t know). At 13 minutes long it … Continue reading

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Pensioner First

A consistent theme of the pension reforms we have witnessed over the past five years has been a focus on the consumer of pension savings – the pensioner. Set in the wider context of welfare policy, the proposals to re-align … Continue reading

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No Prime Minister! guest blog from Ralph Frank

The Prime Minister focused on the long-term nature of the 2015 Budget in a recent piece he published in the Sunday Times. He saw the Budget as “rewarding those who work hard and do the right thing. For too long, … Continue reading

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