Pensions and Retirement in UK Law
- SEX DISCRIMINATION: RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS
“Thatcher’s children”, pensions and retirement ‐ Some survey evidence
Despite major changes in the UK pensions scene, including policy initiatives by successive governments, very little is known about people’s attitudes towards many pensions related issues. Reports t...
- The High Cost of Judges: Reconsidering Judicial Pensions and Retirement in an Ageing Population
Accounting for pensions: a revolution in how post-retirement benefits are reported is coming, but there's time for CIMA members to help shape it.
...A radical overhaul of the way we account for pensions seems to be on the way. But it's not just around the corner--in fact, a number of us will be more concerned with collecting our pensions than accounting for them by the time the fundamental change......
Black-hole sums: the pensions industry is in dire straits and the cost of providing employees with a decent retirement income is spiralling. Cathy Hayward considers the alternatives available to finance directors faced with fund deficits and a stock market showing few signs of revival.
...More than 80 per cent of us spend our working lives fantasising about early retirement, according to a survey by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. The idea of a permanent holiday sipping G&Ts in sunnier climes might help us to get......
Towards a European Pension Policy? The Possible Impact of the European Commission's Green Paper ‘Towards Adequate, Sustainable and Safe European Pension Systems’ on National Pension Strategies
The Green Paper provoked angry headlines after fixing 70 as the compulsory retirement age and reducing pension income. This article outlines some ideas and findings for developing pension issues at......... retirement... capital-funded pensions. Discussions at EU levels should to consider unemployment, . ......
Sustainable pensions, democratic governance, and EU law
The quality of democracy in our economy depends on the governance of capital, but Europeans are still deprived of real voice over their retirement money: the single biggest source of capital in the......... The quality of democracy in our economy depends on the governance of capital, but Europeans are still deprived of real voice over their retirement money: the single biggest source of capital in the 21st century. This paper outlines three major problems facing EU pensions: precarious retirement, ......
Who would delay retirement? Typologies of older workers
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to review the existing literature linked to older workers' work orientations and the use of typologies to identify groups of older workers according to their w......... – The approach taken entails reviewing books and academicjournals from the area of human resource management, retirement, diversity and pensions. The paperfocuses on the industrial sociology literature as the grounding for the construction of older workertypologies.Findings – The review of ......
Demagnetisation of Social Security and Health Care for Migrants to the UK
Over the past two decades, starting with the social security ‘habitual residence’ test, UK governments have maintained a consistent policy of restricting the access of migrants to welfare benefits ......... law, across the areas of social assi stance bene ts, state retirement pensions and health care, and assesses their impact , seeking to ......
The small self‐administered pension scheme
ANY astute businessman appreciates the taxation advantages of pension schemes: within limits, money paid into them by members and companies are deductible before assessment to tax; income and capit......... are tax-free; tax free lump sums may be paid out on a member's retirement or ealier death-up to one and a half times and four times remuneration ... 50% of remuneration in addition to the retirement lump sum, with pensions at a slightly lower level for surviving spouses and dependants; all these ......
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