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Britain has strict rules governing foreign nationals with school age children
Pension sharing orders down by 35 per cent in past four years
Country’s biggest pension fund reduces equity holdings as it predicts years of economic slowdown
Investment consultant Mercer warns more asset sales will be required to avoid disruption to long-term plans
Take-up of saving has improved no end — but millions still have no idea about their retirement options
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Policymakers would do better to focus on improvements to individual defined contribution schemes
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ABI urges ministers to consider allowing savings access to under-55s struggling with cost of living crisis
As they retire, more people will be competing to consume fewer goods and services
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Reforms to develop individual private pensions for the country’s ageing population have created a wealth of opportunities for the world’s biggest asset managers
IFS analysis shows reforms led to sharp increase in British households living in financial hardship
DMFCO in talks to secure regulatory approval, but UK pension schemes are wary after 2008 crisis
Younger workers could lose up to £200,000 under benefits changes introduced in April, analysis shows
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Almost half a million fewer people were in paid work in first quarter than before pandemic
Ride-hailing app refuses to reclassify drivers as workers after similar case against Uber
IPPR report shows strong link between economic deprivation and levels of illness
Definition of ‘worker’ might have to change if more companies do not do right thing on benefits, MPs told
Cases emerge of DWP processing errors relating to those who paid the ‘married woman’s stamp’
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A reduced pension deficit fails to bring an end to industrial action by academics at some institutions
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Plans to standardise growth assumptions by the Financial Reporting Council are in danger of confusing savers