Ros welcomes indications in the Budget that National Savings and Investments will be allowed to reintroduce its very popular inflation-linked savings certificates – which were withdrawn from sale just as inflation started soaring.
Ros welcomes the new independent inquiry into Pension and Savings reform. Pensions need an image makeover.
Ros comments on latest ACA survey results confirming disillusionment with pensions and says pensions need an image makeover so people actually want to contribute.
Ros’ article published in the Yorkshire Post welcoming consultation on early access to pensions and calling for pensions to be re-designed, so saving can be ISAs or pensions.
Ros wrote an article for the Daily Mail explaining the dangers of discouraging savings and the importance of long-term policy thinking rather than short-term fixes.
Feature article published in the Daily Express arguing that the Bank of England’s policy of punishing savers and encouraging them to spend their capital is dangerously short-sighted.
Op-ed published in the Yorkshire Post criticizing monetary measures that discourage saving, especially as more baby-boomers reach their 50s and 60s and will need money to live on in future.
Press Release criticizing Bank of England Deputy Governor, Charlie Bean, who suggested that monetary policy was deliberately trying to get savers to spend their money, ignoring dangers for pensions and long-term economic stability in an ageing population.
Article in FT Financial Adviser Magazine highlighting that Ros is backing their Save our Pensions Campaign.
Presentation given to House of Commons All Party Group on Social Security, explaining the inadequacies of recent policies for dealing with the credit crisis and suggesting alternative solutions.