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Taking back control of our retirement savings.

Pensions have long been seen to have an image problem. Ever since I started selling s226 policies in the early eighties I have heard them described as a rip-off. When you look behind that complaint you get to the frustration. … Continue reading

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The Chancellor’s listening – are you? (a shouty blog)

You asked for it. We arranged it. Clubhouse with the Chancellor @RishiSunak and some special guests. 4.30pm tomorrow. More details here: https://t.co/jsEweOnIc7 pic.twitter.com/KkqnuIRW6H — Coadec (@Coadec) March 24, 2021 I’m certainly going to be on this call and listening to … Continue reading

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How the budget could tweak pensions.

Rishi Sunak’s March 3rd benchmark will be overshadowed by the cost of building back Britain. Will pensioners be treated sympathetically and will those saving for a pension have to pay some of the price? Thanks to  Becky O’Connor, Head of … Continue reading

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Five ways the change from RPI may impact you and your pension

  It doesn’t matter if you are an employer or a DB pensioner or a DC saver, the Government’s decision to move from RPI to CPIH in 2030 will almost certainly impact you. The winners in this will be the … Continue reading

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Could pension freedoms mortgage our future? too?

In her role as global pensions consultant, Jo Cumbo has been looking at early withdrawals from pensions around the world. Having looked closely at Australia, where there is some evidence of increased withdrawals by younger members, the FT looked this … Continue reading

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Can our pensions build back better? Sunak paints a greener picture.

Ricki Sunak’s first speech on financial services in the House of Commons came on the day we absorbed a Biden and a vaccine win. It was a bad day for viruses but a good day for the markets which bounced … Continue reading

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