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Pensions & Investment (page 2)

When a choice isn’t worth having

26 Mar 2015, by in Pensions & Investment

Margaret Thatcher’s now notorious Sermon on the Mound gave the notion of “choice” a central place in both public policy and Christian thinking. Nearly 30 years later, Thatcher’s heirs are elevating choice to the paramount principle of pensions policy-making. I have written an article for Professional Pensions, arguing that the latest application of this dogma in the…

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Pensions tax: the questions that need to be answered

03 Mar 2015, by in Pensions & Investment

Amid all the uncertainties about post-election pensions policy, thanks to the unknown impact of fringe parties, the vagaries of coalition negotiations  and the uncertain fates of individual party spokespersons, one subject looks likely to be near the top of any administration’s agenda: reform of pensions tax relief. The latest instalment in this debate is provided by…

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