ABI: The Future of Long-term Savings & Retirement Income - Automatic Enrolment and Beyond Conference
Monday, 11 June 2012
The Future of Long-term Savings & Retirement Income - Automatic Enrolment and Beyond Conference
Time to be confirmed by ABI.
12 June 2012
ABI Conference Suite
51 - 55 Gresham Street
EC2V 7HQ. Registration now open at www.abi.org.uk/longtermsavingsautoenrolment12062012
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Plans to put back the retirement age for women sooner than expected are sparking disquiet on all sides of the Commons.
The acceleration of the increase in the state pension age will disproportionately hit those on lower incomes.
Ten million people could be automatically enrolled in a personal savings account by 2012, under new pension plans unveiled today.
The government's proposed pension reforms are necessary to avert a future pension crisis, Peter Hain argued today.
Read minister of state for pensions Steve Webb's speech to the Liberal Democrat conference in full.
The retirement age must be raised to 68 to pay for pensions, or future generations will pay the price with a 4p rise in income tax, John Hutton has said.
A quarter of people in Britain are entering retirement feeling sad, anxious or lost, a government-commissioned poll suggests.
The government has today published the long-awaited pensions bill, which lays out plans to increase the retirement age to 68.
Scrapping the default retirement age is being sold as a 'good thing'. Don't be fooled. The government is taking this step not because it wants to - but because it needs to.
British companies are within their rights in imposing a compulsory retirement age on their workers, Europe's top court has said.