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How can we improve longevity tools?

Murray Wright

Murray Wright from JLT Employee Benefits explains what small schemes can do when trying to estimate how long their members live.

Bring the self-employed in from the cold

Darren Philp

The self-employed need stronger incentives to save if they are to avoid being 'underpensioned', says Darren Philp from the People's Pension.

Party politics meets pensions

Hugh Nolan

The Society of Pension Professionals’ Hugh Nolan on the main parties’ manifesto pledges for pensions.

Lord Stoneham: Flat rate tax relief will help 'people in the middle'

For the latest instalment of our 2017 general election interview series, Lord Stoneham, the Liberal Democrat chief whip in the House of Lords, explains his party's commitment to reviewing pensions taxation, and the need for consolidation of schemes and of pots.

Your money or your data

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Editorial: The past couple of weeks have been a reminder of just how much damage can be done through computers – and how much of our existence relies on them.

What we can learn from recent legal cases

James Bingham

Trustees have to tread carefully when considering changes to their scheme, says James Bingham from law firm Sackers.

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