Automatic for the people?

The Tax Take with Brian Keegan

27th August, 2017

You might think that a looming prospect of penury post retirement would push every private sector worker towards making some arrangement of their own for a pension, but of course it doesn’t. We all know we have to save to provide for a comfortable retirement, but that’s not often top of the priority list.

Conventional economic theory suggests that when all the facts are made available to a rational decision-maker, he...

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