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Briefing Notes

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  • Briefing Note 110 - Lost Pensions: what's the scale and impact?

    This Briefing Note, sponsored by the Association of British Insurers (ABI), explores the definition of lost pensions, the estimated value of such policies, as well as the effectiveness of current...

    17 OCT 2018
  • Briefing Note 109 - how will the evolving retirement landscape impact tax and benefits?

    This is the third and final output of the Evolving Retirement series, which also includes: The evolving retirement landscape, which explored the way that retirement income decisions, savings and...

    17 OCT 2018
  • Briefing Note 108 - Do default investment strategies align with members' needs?

    This is the first of two Briefing Notes looking at default strategies. This Note looks at how well the objectives of pension schemes’ default investment strategies meet the needs of their...

    06 SEP 2018
  • Briefing Note 107 - Is State Pension knowledge too low for informed financial decisions?

    The NatCen Panel is a probability-based research panel in Great Britain open to be used by the social research community. It currently consists of approximately 6,000 panellists aged 18+ recruited...

    14 JUN 2018
  • Briefing Note 106 - Automatic enrolment minimum contribution increases and pay

    Automatic enrolment into pension schemes was introduced in 2012. Employers are required to automatically enrol employees who meet certain eligibility requirements into an appropriate pension scheme...

    05 APR 2018
  • Briefing Note 105 - The impact of the introduction of automatic enrolment on future generations

    This Briefing Note considers the impact of the introduction of automatic enrolment on younger people and future generations particularly the young cohort of workers entering the workforce who may be...

    08 FEB 2018
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