Tax, national insurance and pensions policy should be put in a vault marked “toxic” and should be handled with extreme caution.
This morning I have three toxic issues to prove my point. 1,009 more words
John Ralfe – Don’t cash in your final salary pension scheme – https://www.ft.com/content/9bfda9b2-ec9e-11e6-ba01-119a44939bb6
Ros Atlmann – More DB transfers could prevent care disaster – https://www.ftadviser.com/pensions/2017/02/10/more-db-transfers-could-prevent-care-disaster-altmann/ 900 more words
It is very rare that savers get told they’re “having it good”, but if you’re saving into a workplace pension default , you’ve just had a great 12 months. 1,060 more words
A report in Professional Pensions that we are to get yet another consultation on costs and charges fill me with gloom. As the report points out, we have two consultations on the subject – in progress. 592 more words
I am surprised and disappointed in the National Farmers Union, lobbying to release farmers from paying auto-enrolment contributions to short-term “seasonal” workers.
We are in danger of opening the flood gates here to every part of the gig economy that employs staff on anything other than full time permanent contracts. 742 more words
Value for Money is the holy grail for the fiduciaries of workplace pensions. In this article I outline how the providers of workplace pensions are going about establishing value for money and looking at ways to improve things in future years. 897 more words
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I’ve recently been asked by the leading payroll trade publication to answer some questions. I’ve enjoyed thinking about them and have set out my answers below.