Women’s pensions Archives - Page 2 of 8 - Ros Altmann
  • ROS ALTMANN

    Ros is a leading authority on later life issues, including pensions,
    social care and retirement policy. Numerous major awards have recognised
    her work to demystify finance and make pensions work better for people.
    She was the UK Pensions Minister from 2015 – 16 and is a member
    of the House of Lords where she sits as Baroness Altmann of Tottenham.

  • Ros Altmann

    Ros Altmann

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    State pension: Tens of thousands of married women are being ‘short-changed’ to the tune of £100m, former pensions minister warns

    State pension: Tens of thousands of married women are being ‘short-changed’ to the tune of £100m, former pensions minister warns

    inews highlights the problem of married women who have not received the state pension they are entitled to and Ros calls for an urgent inquiry to ensure married women are not short-changed. ( link to pdf )

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    Six MORE elderly women were underpaid a total of £22k in state pension! DWP refuses to reveal what it’s doing to fix huge blunder which could affect many elderly savers

    Six MORE elderly women were underpaid a total of £22k in state pension! DWP refuses to reveal what it’s doing to fix huge blunder which could affect many elderly savers

    ThisIsMoney has highlighted the problem faced by many women who were underpaid their State Pension for years but are not always receiving compensation. Ros is quoted explaining that these women are often the poorest pensioners and need every penny. ( link to pdf )

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    Labour’s WASPI pledge: how much compensation will be received and how will it be funded

    Labour’s WASPI pledge: how much compensation will be received and how will it be funded

    Ros comments on the astonishing pledge by Labour to give all women born in the 1950s (including Ros) thousands of pounds of taxpayers’ money to replace their pensions back to age 60 – spending £58billion on this one group. ( link to pdf )

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