Wednesday February 26, 2020

New roadmap driving reform on pension policy

The government’s new plan hopes to bring some clarity to a troubling pensions landscape, writes Siobhán Maguire

8th April, 2018
There must be a realistic lead-in time for auto enrolment of employees into pension schemes, according to Danny McCoy of Ibec

While the country was feeling the chill of Storm Emma at the end of February, the government was hoping for a thaw where Ireland’s pensions timebomb is concerned, with a new plan aimed at reforming the landscape.

The Roadmap for Pensions Reform 2018-2023 is a blanket report that tackles shortfalls in state pensions and the public sector, and the alarming fact that just one in three workers in the private sector has a...

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