The King’s Fund has proposed a partnership model for funding long-term care, with the state guaranteeing to pay 50 per cent of care costs and matching individual savings contributions.
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“The sequins do chafe a bit.”Aviva media relations manager David Gwyer on the perils of his new-found hobby of ice-skating. “It quickly degenerated into a my Dad is bigger than your dad argument.”Aegon head of corporate affairs Francis McGee sums up Labour and Tory squabbles over the Pada appointment of Tata Consultancy Services as the […]
Shadow Chancellor George Osborne has warned that giving in to the “temptation” of a further fiscal stimulus and delaying deficit reduction will put long-term recovery at risk.
The FSA has banned former Merrill Lynch trader Alexis Stenfors from any regulated activities on the grounds he is not a fit and proper person.
The pension versus Isa debate has raged on and off for years. Les Cameron, head of technical at Prudential, asks if three’s a crowd. I think the debate was arguably settled by pensions freedom when the biggest downside of pensions – limited access and poor death benefits – was fundamentally changed. Total access, albeit with […]
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