Inside the plan to defuse our pension timebomb
For the first time, it appears a government is actually going to move on pension reform with a compulsory scheme for workers without pension plans of their own
It seems, that after many years of toying with pension reform, Ireland is finally getting a move on.
After years of governments discussing, reviewing and analysing Ireland’s lack of pension coverage, last week finally saw some meaningful action.
In a bid to boost pension saving, the government has laid out its plans for a new pension scheme that people who do not have a pension will have to join, but will be able...
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