Ian Guider: Pension crunch is coming as the state struggles to pay the bills
The government needs to find new sources of cash, and the generous tax treatment of high earners with lucrative pensions might be one area to reconsider
This Working Life: A clear retirement policy is key to making the process easier for all
The delayed Pensions Commission report is due to be published after the summer, but employers should carefully consider their own roadmap
Ticking timebomb: Can the Pensions Commission find the solutions to a problem the government may not want to solve?
How can we pay for the state pension, with a changing demographic making this more and more difficult? And should the pension itself be reduced, or raised? The Pension Committee’s conclusions on such explosive issues have now been pushed back to September
How to manage: Legal changes bring major reform to pension schemes
Employers and pension trustees in Ireland will need to adapt to the new rules or face the risk of non-compliance
Now is the time to start planning for the golden years
If we want to enjoy our 20 years in retirement to the full, we need to work out a clear strategy to build an adequate pension
Campaigners call for pension for victims of the Troubles in the Republic
Wave Trauma Centre wants support for those living south of the border who were injured as victims’ payment scheme is introduced in Northern Ireland
800k private pensioners face 42% hike in supervision fees under government proposal
Private pensions regulator has applied for its annual fee income to rise from €7m to €10m next year
The gender investment gap: why do women fall behind on money matters?
Many women feel locked out of the investment game due to stereotyping and historical factors. Could that be about to change?
Scheme to address private sector pension ‘timebomb’ put on hold
The scheme has now been pushed back to 2023, as government sources cite ‘exceptional strain’ put on employers by pandemic
Pension hikes on way for 170k retired civil servants
The government’s move comes as the two-year freeze on state pension is set to be prolonged
‘The money has disappeared’: how Dolphin Trust vanished a fortune
Property investment group Dolphin Trust collapsed in July with liabilities of over €1 billion – and took with it the pensions of thousands of ordinary people who thought their life savings were safe. What happened to their money – and will they ever see any of it again?
The pensions problem: who will pay for our next rainy day?
The social insurance fund was running out of money even before it was used to pay for the Pandemic Unemployment Payment – but raising the pension age is an issue few parties want to confront