A scathing review of a year in pension politics

Have politicians forgotten basic behavioural finance?

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Short-termism dressed up as libertarianism. These are the five words Sheriar Bradbury would use to sum up what 2015 has meant for the world of pensions...

As we have moved from a coalition government to a full-blooded Conservative one, our ambitious and politically adept chancellor has taken his strategy of milking the pensions system for short-term ...

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