The TUC has today (Thursday) warned that the government's decision to raise the earnings threshold for auto enrolment into workplace pensions to £9,440 from next April will exclude hundreds of thousands more staff, most of whom are women, from saving...
The TUC has welcomed the new code of conduct on communicating information about charges in defined contribution (DC) schemes to employers, published today (Wednesday) by the pensions industry.
There was a sharp divide in the positions taken by fund managers last year, with a small number backing 85 per cent of company resolutions and a small minority supporting 25 per cent or less, according to the latest TUC Fund Manager Voting survey pub...
Commenting on the publication today (Thursday) of the government's new reinvigoration strategy for workplace pensions, TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
Low-paid workers are far less likely to have a workplace pension, and those that do have far lower employer contribution rates, according to a new TUC report published today (Wednesday) that assesses the health of UK pension provision.
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