A “legitimate debate and discussion” is needed over future auto-enrolment (AE) contribution rates, says Guy Opperman, and that could take place next year.
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.
Guy Opperman has confirmed the earnings trigger for auto-enrolment (AE) will remain at £10,000 following this year’s annual review.
Waiting for the mid-2020s to allow AE members to save from the first pound means they will miss out on big boosts to retirement pots, says Nigel Stanley.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will develop and test new ways to include 4.8 million self-employed workers in pension savings.
The Pensions Policy Institute has published a report looking at potential outcomes of increasing auto-enrollment contributions. Kim Kaveh explores the data.
The government released its auto-enrolment review report today. Here are the 10 key proposals in full…
The government has published its auto-enrolment (AE) review report - unveiling a range of plans to "maintain the momentum achieved so far".
DWP analysis reveals that 12 million workers are currently under-saving but reveals majority of employees and employers are contributing at a higher rate than AE minimum.
Ahead of the results of the automatic enrolment (AE) review, PP looks at what could come up.
Jamie Jenkins, one of the three chairs of the DWP external advisory group of the AE review, speaks to Kim Kaveh about its key themes.