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Sexy cash in a vibrant market? You ain't seen nothing yet!

I’m not quite sure why Money Marketing is reporting man of the people Steve Webb as re-phrasing Bachman-Turner Overdrive’s famous phrase, this way

Steve Webb: DB transfer demand?

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"Going halves on DB" - the argument for (and against) partial transfers.

(Rival) consultancy LCP and insurer Royal London have joined up to produce a paper calling for it to be mandatory for trustees to provide members with the option to take part of their DB pension as pension and part as a cash equivalent transfer. 1,183 more words

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NEWS- Saving into a pension is what we WANT to do!

Well you may not find it news, but I do. I started out in 1984 selling pension policies to people who I met in Oxford Street and again at their homes. 737 more words

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Launch Event - Wellbeing, Health, Retirement and the Lifecourse (WHeRL) Project, Tuesday 20th June 2pm - 5.30pm

When: Tuesday 20th June 2017 2pm – 5.30pm

WhereTravers Smith LLP, 10 Snow Hill, London, EC1A 2AL

We would be delighted if you could join us for the launch event and conclusion of this project. 213 more words

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Steve Webb and the triple lock - muddy waters!

Here’s that Royal London press release, calling for State Pensions to be reduced and contributions to private pensions to increase.

Royal London has set out a three point plan for the key pension priorities of an incoming government, including a ‘middle way’ on the triple lock.

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Get thee to Yate!

1.1 And there dwelt in South Gloucestershire, near the towns of Thornbury and Yate a man named Steve;

1.2 and Steve was godly and loved of all who knew him for he had done great deeds in Westminster – even deserving  the title “parliamentarian of the year”. 172 more words

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Giving the self-employed their "pensions due".

The budget announcement of a phased 2% increase in Class 4 National Insurance Contributions (NIC)s was generally considered bad politics but could it be good policy? 733 more words

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