About a year ago I was sat at a table listening as a financial adviser and a chap from NEST went toe-to-toe over the issue of compulsion when saving for retirement.
One of them (can’t remember which) believed individuals should be free to make up their own minds about when, or whether, to save. The other did not think it should be up to them, but mandatory. There...
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