OECD report on state pension policy costs €130,000

The government has spent €130,000 on a review of Irish pension policy in a bid to tackle massive problems with Ireland's retirement saving system.

25th May, 2013
Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton.

The government has spent €130,000 on a review of Irish pension policy in a bid to tackle massive problems with Ireland's retirement saving system.

A report by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on Irish pension policy, which was commissioned by the Minister for Social Protection, Joan Burton, was published last month.

Documents obtained by *The Sunday Business Post *under Freedom of Information legislation revealed that the government spent €130,000 on the pension...

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