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Bee, Steve
August 2009
Money Marketing;8/27/2009, p14
In this article the author discusses his sentiments about the new duties that employers will have from 2012 following the Pensions Act in Great Britain. He says that the new duties will come as a shock to British businesses. He emphasizes that the responsibilities required for employers under the new regulation will come with a sizeable education. He stresses that there is no need to build the biggest private sector pension scheme in the world.


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