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Retirement funding: analysis of retirement income patternsFrom April 2015, as part of the Coalition Government’s ‘Freedom and Choice’ reforms, UK citizens aged 55 and over have been allowed to access money they have saved into their pension in whatever way...
03 NOV 2015
Automatic Enrolment contribution scenarios post 2017The TUC sponsored the PPI to model a selection of scenarios that vary contribution levels and methods of increasing contributions, and to consider their impact upon aspects such as the size of the...
01 NOV 2015
Modelling Collective Defined Contribution SchemesThe Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) sponsored the PPI to develop a Collective Defined Contribution (CDC) model to look at a potential CDC scheme under different assumptions to determine...
01 NOV 2015
Comparison of the regulatory frameworks for DC pensionsThe implementation of automatic enrolment and the introduction of new pension flexibilities have meant an increased role for regulators to ensure that new policies work to the benefit of pension...
22 OCT 2015
The Future Book: unravelling workplace pensions 2015 EditionThe Future Book is the first edition of an annual PPI publication, commissioned by Columbia Threadneedle Investments, which sets out available data on the Defined Contribution (DC) landscape,...
08 OCT 2015
Comparison of pension outcomes under EET and TEE tax treatmentIn the Budget of 8 July 2015, the Chancellor, George Osborne, announced a consultation into the use of tax relief to “strengthen the incentive to save” for retirement. This report forms part of the...
03 OCT 2015