Money Talks: Government has delayed for too long on pensions

The new Minister for Social and Family Affairs, Martin Cullen, gave little away when he launched the Pensions Board’s annual report last Wednesday.

14th July, 2007

The new Minister for Social and Family Affairs, Martin Cullen, gave little away when he launched the Pensions Board’s annual report last Wednesday.

Unlike his predecessor, who indicated that he was keen to introduce some form of quasi-compulsory pension, Cullen would not be drawn on the contents of the long-awaited pensions Green Paper. Cullen said the paper would be published after government ministers had taken their much-needed three-month summer break.

So the Green...

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