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  • ROS ALTMANN

    Ros is a leading authority on later life issues, including pensions,
    social care and retirement policy. Numerous major awards have recognised
    her work to demystify finance and make pensions work better for people.
    She was the UK Pensions Minister from 2015 – 16 and is a member
    of the House of Lords where she sits as Baroness Altmann of Tottenham.

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    Pension freedoms reform called for after fears savers will run out of money

    Pension freedoms reform called for after fears savers will run out of money

    Professional Pensions carries Ros’ views that consumers need independent guidance or advice, rather than being signposted to pension provider helplines. The ABI has called for greater help for consumers, which is right, but it needs to be impartial. ( link to pdf )

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    Three quarters of savers caught in net pay anomaly are women

    Three quarters of savers caught in net pay anomaly are women

    PensionsAge magazine reports on the Written Parliamentary Question asked by Ros, whose response from Treasury shows that over 1million low earners, three quarters of whom are women, have been put into workplace Net Pay pension schemes which charge them 25% extra for their pensions than if their employer used a different scheme.( link to pdf )

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    SNIPEF Continues Pushing for Changes to Devastating Pensions Legislation

    SNIPEF Continues Pushing for Changes to Devastating Pensions Legislation

    Scottish Business News reports on attempts by MPs to find a resolution to the injustice of good employers facing bankruptcy and destitution because they can’t afford to buy annuities for plumbers they never employed in a fully funded scheme that isn’t buying annuities. ( link to pdf )

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    £100billion for HS2 – but where is the grand plan to help the crisis facing Britain’s elderly, asks former pensions minister BARONESS ALTMANN

    £100billion for HS2 – but where is the grand plan to help the crisis facing Britain’s elderly, asks former pensions minister BARONESS ALTMANN

    Ros wrote a Comment piece for the Daily Mail calling for the Government to unveil bold plans for reform of social care funding, which is just as important as spending £100bn on HS2. ( link to pdf )

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