Jazz in the City on Jazz FM featured Ros’ life and work in pensions and a few of her favourite tracks – listen in two parts if you’d like.
Ros was the guest on Andrew Neil’s BBC Daily Politics Show. Discussing economic growth figures, public sector pensions, women on boards and Dog of the Year!
Ros’ interview on Moneywise TV explaining the pitfalls for pension savers and the need to consider alternatives to saving only in the inflexible pension product.
Ros wrote a blog for Citywire highlighting that the LibDems’ suggestion of using older people’s pensions to fund younger people’s house purchase could jeopardize retirement security.
Ros was on ITV Daybreak and was quoted on the ITV website welcoming the end of the Default Retirement Age at last. Age discrimination is out of date and should be consigned to the scrap heap.
Ros wrote a blog for the London School of Economics website explaining how pensioners have been damaged by both fiscal and monetary policy – contrary to popular belief.
Ros wrote a blog for the Guardian website responding to Nick Clegg’s suggestion that pensioner benefits should be means-tested – very unwise and penalise savers and private pensions.
Article on Daily Mail website explaining why pensioners are worse off as a result of official policies.
Dr Ros Altmann, from the Saga group, tells Kasia what her members make of the Liberal Democrats plans have been announced for parents and grandparents to use their pension pots to help family members get on to the housing ladder.
Article published by ‘This is Somerset’ discussing Ros’ views that pensions need a new image, more flexibility and perhaps also a new name, to help overcome reluctance to save.