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Can the private sector be trusted to pay us a “living pension”?

I’ve advertised the forthcoming report from the Resolution Foundation on this blog before. I’m pleased to see that it will be discussed by a notable panel later today and I hope that a recording of the session will be circulated … Continue reading

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A Living Pension! What would it take to secure a better retirement income for workers?

  UK pensions have seen radical reforms in recent years to boost pension saving and tackle poverty in retirement. Government has introduced a flat-rate state pension and got more millions more workers saving through auto enrolment. But these policies alone … Continue reading

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The nations wealth is in pensions but not in DC pots

Private pension wealth is the largest component of household wealth, marginally bigger than total property wealth, and its value has increased by more than that of property wealth too. This reflects a slight cooling in the housing market, while the … Continue reading

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RBS remains a national disgrace. It will reach a “milestone” when it shows itself sorry.

There has been some good banter on linked off the back of my blog on hand-outs to kids. The Resolution Foundation’s proposals to up taxes for those working longer and hand-out a tidy wedge to kids (to get them owning … Continue reading

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Hey Willetts, leave those kids alone

The Resolution Foundation have today published a paper which has as its central thesis A policy shift is needed to mitigate risks and promote asset accumulation for all It calls on Government to intervene to make society fairer, at least … Continue reading

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