Letter published in Financial Times pointing out parallels between Bush pension reform proposals and UK pension policies over the past 20 years which have contributed to our pensions crisis.
Letter published in Employee Benefits Magazine explaining why employers have been asked to shoulder too much of the pensions burden and that the ‘standard’ two-thirds final salary pension has become unaffordable for most people.
Analysis of suggestions of major shift in Government policy on pensions, which seemed to emerge from the Labour Party Conference.
Article published in Daily Express, outlining Ros’s proposals for pension reform.
Press release highlighting the implications of the findings of research by the Pensions Institute, explaining why smaller companies are no longer keen to provide pensions.
Article published in Daily Telegraph on October 9th 2004, discussing the effect of the 2004 Pension Reforms by the Inland Revenue. It argues that these reforms could change the entire nature of pensions in future, turning them into a short term exercise for those on higher rate tax.
Press Release explaining why Ros does not believe compulsion is the best policy option to adopt, in order to encourage pensions.
Article commissioned by Financial Times for aPersonal View’ column, discussing Government policies to encourage savings and questioning why they seem to be targeted only at the top earners, rather than trying to encourage those who do not pay higher rate tax.
Comments on the initial figures released by the DWP, estimating numbers affected by winding up pension schemes, who have lost most of their pensions.
Note outlining how and why Government funded compensation should be organised.