Articles - Grumpy Old Pension Men: 7th June 2013


The Grumpy Old Pension Men -- Ralph Turner and Brian Critchell -- share their views on the latest pension headlines with you every Friday.

Getting the Ralph and Brian treatment this week are: the proliferation of Andrew Warwick-Thompson in the press and him asking for extra resources for TPR; the PPF suggesting that it may need to increase its annual levy and new research showing that trust-based schemes cost members less.

And Ralph's strained introduction comes a cropper, as Robin Ellison has curtailed his usual approach to his articles.

Tell us what you think about their views. Do you think their opinions are justified or do you have a different take? Log into Pensionweb to leave your comments on this video.

 

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