IMF Gives Negative Assessment of US Financial Policy
14 Jun
2013
Written by Sam Allcock

IMF Gives Negative Assessment of US Financial Policy »

The world’s largest economy was criticised by the International Monetary Fund due to its slow private sector growth and its $85 billion Read more…

Over One Million Over-65 Workers in UK
12 Jun
2013
Written by Sam Allcock

Over One Million Over-65 Workers in UK »

While a reasonable number of Britons are returning to work, employment figures indicate that the UK job market is still operating at Read more…

Greater numbers of pensioners in need of equity release »

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New figures being released by mortgage lenders indicate that the number of pensioners seeking equity release is rising significantly due to the insufficiency Read more…

Many Britons currently lack workplace pensions »

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Recently Prudential released figures in regards to pensioners that are quite alarming. According to their data, one out of every six people reaching Read more…

Elderly pensioners targeted under Osborne’s Budget »

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This year the elderly have taken rather many setbacks in terms of services being offered. As reported earlier in the year, government is Read more…

Chancellor’s flat-rate tax under fire »

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Within the last year there have been many changes to pensions, public and private, but the biggest hit to date has been the Read more…

Possible industrial action by doctors over proposed pension changes
26 Feb
2012
Written by Sam Allcock

Possible industrial action by doctors over proposed pension changes »

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In addition to all the controversy of late on the cuts in pensions within the public sector, doctors have now gotten into the Read more…

Britain’s Two Biggest Teachers’ Unions Refuse Pension Reform Scheme
6 Jan
2012
Written by Sam Allcock

Britain’s Two Biggest Teachers’ Unions Refuse Pension Reform Scheme »

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Although government provided a framework to pensions prior to the holidays, both NASUWT and NAT have refused to sign onto those reforms. These Read more…

An employer’s guide to automatic enrolment
7 Nov
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

An employer’s guide to automatic enrolment »

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So you’re an employer operating in the United Kingdom with at least one employee. But are you aware of the coming changes to Read more…

Pay rises could suffer in light of new pension laws
24 Oct
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Pay rises could suffer in light of new pension laws »

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As of next year employers in the UK will not be allowed to give employees the option to choose between pay rises and Read more…