Senior NHS staff in Wales and England are reportedly turning down extra shifts because the additional time worked would have little impact on their take home pay due to the controversial pension Annual Allowance.
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Sir Steve Webb recently appeared at a Quantum Advisory seminar at the Celtic Manor providing plenty of anecdotal insights into his time behind the scenes of David Cameron’s government and giving his thoughts on a variety of pensions issues.
As campaign group, Back to 60, begins a landmark High Court battle to reverse the decision to equalize men and women’s state pension age, Stuart Price, Partner and Actuary at Quantum Advisory, looks into their chances of winning.
As we approach the third anniversary of the referendum, and despite the Prime Minister invoking Article 50 and beginning the time limited two-year negotiating period that set the UK on the path to leave the European Union, the UK remains a full member. Senior Investment Analyst at Quantum Advisory, Matthew Tucker, explains what might happen next, including the possibility of a second referendum.
From 15 May, the rules for couples claiming pension credit is changing.
The key messages delivered at the quarterly Quantum Advisory “Pensions for Breakfast” event focussed on uncertainty around Brexit and global political tension.
‘It’s a shame pensions were neglected to be mentioned at all in the latest budget.’
Ahead of next month’s increase to pension minimum contributions, Stuart Price explains why he doesn’t think people will choose to opt-out of schemes.
In the run up to the increase in employer contributions into the Teachers’ Pension Scheme, Stuart Price from Quantum Advisory is looking to the positive and thinks it could be the start of a reform in the way the TPS is run.