Low-earners need AE pause button, says TISA

James Phillips
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TISA: Changes needed to ensure AE continues to develop and serve hard-working people
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TISA: Changes needed to ensure AE continues to develop and serve hard-working people

The least financially secure pension savers may be increasing their personal debt levels or foregoing household essentials after paying pension contributions, The Investing and Saving Alliance (TISA) says.

It should therefore be made possible for those earning under £17,500 per year to put the brakes on their personal auto-enrolment (AE) contributions without losing out on employer contributions, TISA recommended....

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