Tag Archives: Pensions Dashboard

Frank Field helps us spend our pensions


  Here is the main recommendation of Frank Field and  the Workplace Pension Select Committee’sfinal report of its inquiry into Pension freedom and choice published today. We recommend every pension provider offering drawdown is required, by April 2019, to offer a default … Continue reading

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Pensions before politics!


  It must be odd to hear your job is up for grabs in six weeks time. Even with a 10,000 majority, Richard Harrington MP – our Pensions Minister –  must have been a little flustered by the announcement from … Continue reading

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A pensions dashboard brings its own risk.


A need for pension I am keen not to pour cold water on the pensions dashboard, but I am not having it promoted as the game-changer to savings behaviour. The pensions dashboard is what Martin Clarke, the Government Actuary, refers to … Continue reading

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Ozzyshambles might have delivered a winner -guest blog from Ralph Frank.


The 2016 Budget has not gone down as George Osborne’s finest hour, thus far.  However, among the resignations, U-turns and widespread grumbling, there has been (at least) one positive development.  The announcement in the Budget that the Government will ensure … Continue reading

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