Ros welcomes the revolution announced in the Budget for pensions and savings, with increased flexibility for ISAs and more pension savings taken as cash – she has called for these changes for many years.
The Sunday Post supported Ros’ views that the Chancellor needs to ensure the Budget works well for savers and improve the flexibility of ISAs and pensions.
Ahead of the 5th anniversary of record low rates and the start of QE, Stock Market Wire carries Ros’ views that rates need to start rising and have stayed too low for too long.
Ros’ views were featured in Pensions World, explaining the winners and losers from the Bank of England’s policies five years on.
Five years on from the start of QE and ultra low interest rates, Ros outlines ten reasons for some to rejoice and ten reasons for others to despair
Ros explains how QE has damaged both DB and DC pensions, but these impacts have been overlooked
Ros wrote a ‘Talking Head’ piece for the Financial Times publication ‘Pensions Expert’ which explains the damaging impact of Quantitative Easing on UK pensions
Ros highlights how little fuss there seems to have been that private pension assets are being confiscated by Governments as economic conditions become tough and asks whether safeguards may be needed for private pensions
Description: Ros analyses the latest Bank of England statistics and calculates how much extra income a borrower with a Â£100,000 mortgage is enjoying since 2008 as a result of low rates and how much income savers are losing over the same period
Ros shows how much money mortgage borrowers have gained as a result of low interest rates and how much savers have lost out