Pensions World article highlighting my thoughts on the need to encourage more older workers to remain auto-enrolled, because opting out means they are rejecting free money. The new rules should allow most to benefit from pension saving in future.
Ros wrote a lead comment for the Daily Express calling for more appreciation of the value of older people and their contribution to society.
Ros wrote an article for the Daily Mail extolling the virtues of older workers and calling for measures to encourage and enable longer working lives, with some having career breaks or just some time out, then returning to work, rather than stopping altogether.
PensionFundsOnline highlights Ros’ call for closer collaboration between public sector pension funds to benefit from economies of scale.
The Financial Times’ Pensions Expert magazine published an article by Ros which outlines what scheme members should expect from the guidance guarantee, including the impact of tax, inflation, and the the cost of future care.
Daily Mail published an article in which Ros calls for more jobs for older people and explains how this can benefit all of us.
Ros wrote a column for the Yorkshire Post calling for new tax breaks to help people save for the looming costs of social care.
Ros wrote an article published in CityAM supporting calls for consideration of auto-enroling more low-paid workers, but perhaps ensuring they have more flexibility in their savings vehicles at work
Ros’ views on why insurance companies have not always understood their customers’ needs were published in the Yorkshire Post
The Spectator carried a blog from Ros outlining ten ways in which the UK insurance industry has been at fault and how it can change to better meet the needs of its customers.