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Pension Blog - May 2009 
This blog allows us to air our views and opinions on pension related issues. We don't ask or expect you to agree with our opinions - but you're welcome to comment about a particular blog by sending us an email to  
Pension transfers often hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons, with press articles frequently reminding the public of the pensions mis-selling scandal of the 1990's...
posted 28/05/2009
This morning's FTAdviser announces the launch of The Aon Admin (described by Aon as ' provide an insight into how the worsening economic environment
posted 18/05/2009
With parliamentarian's expense claims hogging the news headlines, The Times takes the opportunity to scrutine the generous benefits on offer to MPs. Of course…
posted 14/05/2009
Inflation plays a major part in retirement planning for any number of reasons including those millions of scheme members with preserved benefits
posted 13/05/2009
An unexpected rise in gilt markets recently should be good news for anyone looking to purchase an annuity in the short term. Annuity rates initially dropped once
posted 08/05/2009
Until today I'd never heard of Mrs Gertrude Janeway, but having read the following article, she was clearly a striking example of how well-intentioned gestures
posted 07/05/2009
DWP has published research, co-funded by PADA, which it explained is designed to 'set out to explore individuals' attitudes towards retirement planning and saving
posted 06/05/2009
The best article over the Bank Holiday weekend was penned by Rachel Vahey, Aegon's head of pensions development. It is a succinct round-up of the
posted 05/05/2009
The Office for National Statistics has today published Insolvency Statistics for the first quarter of 2009
posted 01/05/2009

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