USS members should bear most cost of higher contributions, say respondents

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USS members should pay more contributions than employers, say 46%
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USS members should pay more contributions than employers, say 46%

Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) members should be responsible for most of the cost of increased contributions if the scheme's defined benefit (DB) section remains open to accrual, Pensions Buzz respondents say.

This week, 124 participants answered questions on whether divestment campaigns can be deemed unethical, if there has been underinvestment in technology by pensions firms, and if the Spring Statement was...

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