Parliament dissolved last week, and in so doing it brought to a close the sad end of a number of parliamentary careers. Gordon Brown, Jack Straw, William Hague, Glenda Jackson and Mark Hoban are among the individuals having to cover up the letters “MP” on their engraved stationery. Few are likely to be kicking their […]
Pension tax relief is set to take another hammering from reform-hungry politicians, with both the Conservatives and Labour setting out complex plans to cut allowances for people earning more than £150,000. Labour has previously come under attack from the pensions industry over its plans to taper away tax breaks for high earners. The proposals, which […]
In the early days of pension freedoms the influence of providers, rather the Government’s flagship Pension Wise service, is being brought to bear on savers. The latest Government figures show 1,800 people had booked appointments with Pension Wise, either over the phone with The Pensions Advisory Service or face-to-face with Citizens Advice, by the time […]
“I’ll batter him until he picks up the phone” Chartered Insurance Institute director of communications David Ross goes to extreme lengths to force the CII’s head of learning Simon Graham into returning an MM hack’s call. “Who’s Andy?” Aviva press officer struggles to recall former Friends Life chief (and new Aviva UK life boss) Andy […]
Earlier this year, Jelf Employee Benefits mentioned that the then minister for pensions was openly discussing the need for an increase in the minimum level of auto-enrolment pension contributions.
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