Tag Archives: Rate of return

In the DC garden, all is not a bed of roses

I’ve been reading the latest report from the Friends Life Workplace Savings Index which you too can  read by pressing this link. The report is powered by DCisions, an organisation that crunches numbers and produces reports on people’s pension investments. I … Continue reading

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Pensions crisis: one in 10 forced to delay retirement

Pummeting annuity rates and poor investment returns means thousands cannot afford to stop work.   One in 10 of those due to retire this year will delay taking their pension, as a combination of plummeting annuity rates and poor investment … Continue reading

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The case for doing nothing

There is a case for doing nothing and it is a logical case- but it’s not a course of action I intend to follow, Continue reading

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