The end is high

Marshall, Jane; Hunter, Wendy
July 2005
Lawyer;7/11/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 27, p26
Trade Publication
Discusses several issues regarding the failures of company schemes to pay members' pensions, political quick-fix of complex legislation and the appointment of a new pensions regulator in Great Britain. Solutions to the problems in pension schemes of the country; Advantages of the public service scheme pensions in terms of early retirement; Factors that have hit private sector schemes.


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