A report from the Cebr quantifying some of the impact of Bank of England policy on Britain’s over 50s, explaining why monetary policy has damaged real incomes and spending.
Cebr research quantifying the possible effect of QE, inflation and low interest rates on consumption spending by the over 50s and impact on GDP.
Article by Ros published in the JC explaining that we will all need to think about pensions as auto-enrolment starts.
An article published in the Sunday People newspaper, where Ros explains that women’s pensions are far lower than men’s and those women approaching retirement now have very poor pension prospects.
Ros wrote an article for the Sunday Telegraph, explaining why we must not think too short-term about social care reform – if we don’t fund it now, it will cost more later. People need to save for later life care needs.
Article from House Magazine previewing the forthcoming White Paper on state pension reform.
Ros wrote an article for House Magazine, outlining what we might expect to see in the Government’s forthcoming reforms of the state pension.
Ros explains, in the Sunday Sun newspaper, why it is important to keep universal pensioner benefits, rather than moving to more means-testing.
Ros wrote an article for the Scotsman which explained how QE has caused damage to both pension funds and annuities, making pensioners poorer and potentially weakening the economy
Ros wrote a feature for the Actuarial Post supplement on auto enrolment, explaining that this policy will not be sufficient to overcome the pensions crisis, but it is a start.