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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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Time to dig this Government out of its hole?

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

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Win brilliantly bonkers books!

Meet Spangles McNasty, the most horrible man in all of Bitterly Bay! He is always hatching a plan to get rich quick with his mate Sausage-face Pete. 32 more words

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Looks like a bolshy new year!

Welcome to 2017 , I’m in a bad mood!

I have been struck down with tummy problems and did not join in last night’s festivities. I open my inbox this morning  –  this is what I find! 893 more words

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Why pensions should become a big government obsession in 2o17!

In my article yesterday, I suggested we don’t need to change pension regulations, we need to stop looking at pensions as a threat but as a benefit. 506 more words

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Pensions and the Media

We like to think that the media works well with the pension industry, but it’s a relationship based on our money, not on mutual respect. In this article I look at how the media really view pensions, concluding we have few friends, and those we have – we should cherish! 1,066 more words

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Raising the UK's state pension age (again)

Earlier this week the Guardian reported the prospect of a further rise in state pension age in the UK.  The former pensions minister, Steve Webb, claims that documents produced by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) suggest that a faster ( 346 more words