Tag Archives: Peoples

A good day for master trusts

The FT run a scoop this morning, predicting that today the Pensions Regulator will withdraw its proposals to require small DC plans to be run by “professional trustees” and urging  that most of the 8000 single occupational trust based DC … Continue reading

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How are your staff’s pensions getting on?

  If you remember back to the mid part of this fading decade, one of the issues facing the 1.4m employers who had to stage auto-enrolment, was which workplace pension to choose for your staff. If you were part of … Continue reading

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Pots follow meerkats?

We all know the problem but it was well put in a recent NOW pensions press release. “There has been a stratospheric rise in pension saving since the introduction of auto enrolment. The ONS data shows that active membership of … Continue reading

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We cannot treat low-earners as second class retirees.

I am returning again to the complicated tax situation that people earning under the nil-rate income threshold find themselves in when saving into pensions. I’m doing so for three reasons From a societal point of view , it is wrong … Continue reading

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