Ros explains that the latest pr
Article published in the The Times newspaper where Ros explains why people need to get real about pension thinking and recognise the reality that as life expectancy has increased, pensions will not appear by magic. The state can pay a minimum and the rest is up to you.
CityAM published Ros’ views on why the latest state pension reform proposals are broadly welcome
Ros was interviewed by FT publications Financial ADviser Magazine and asked about her views on all aspects of pensions policy.
The New Statesman published Ros’ wish list for the Autumn Statement policy changes
Ros’ response to ONS consultation on changes to the retail prices inflation index, to bring it into line with lower cpi.
Ros calls on the Chancellor to free up the investment restrictions on ISAs, to allow savers to hold all their allowance in cash.
Ros wrote an article for the Mail on Sunday warning that the new rules for Income Drawdown have resulted in another pension scandal, with pensioners being deprived of their own money just because annuity rates – which they never wanted to be involved in – have fallen.
Ros wrote a blog for Citywire explaining that Steve Webb’s pre-Coalition plans for a citizen’s pensions have now been amended to retain the contributory principle for state pension reform which retains National Insurance.
Letter published in Financial Times questioning whether monetary, rather than fiscal policies have dampened growth.