Pension

Ghana news: Government, Forum dialogue over Tier 2 Pension

The Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations has begun engagements with members of the Forum for Public Sector Registered Pension Scheme to address concerns over their tier two pension deductions. There was some level of consensus between the Forum and the government during the first of such engagements which took place in Accra last Wednesday. The meeting was attended by ...

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Ajay Devgn and Arshad Warsi have already decided their ‘pension plan.’ It’s Golmaal – Times Now

Times Now Ajay Devgn and Arshad Warsi have already decided their ‘pension plan.’ It’s GolmaalTimes NowActor Arshad Warsi said that the Golmaal series is like a “pension plan” for the star cast as the film franchise is producing sequels even seven years after its first release. Arshad has been a part of the Golmaal franchise since the first film … ...

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Gigaba must keep hands off people’s pensions at PIC, warns DA

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba and his deputy Sfiso Buthelezi – who also chairs the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) – seem to be “planning a raid on the pensions of millions of hard-working government employees and pensioners”, the Democratic Alliance said on Saturday. Reports that the National Treasury was trying to force the PIC to commit to providing an alarming R100 ...

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the average tax bill for people who saved too much in their pension

The huge price being paid by prudent pension investors for “saving too much” has been laid bare by the Government’s own tax statistics, obtained by Telegraph Money via a freedom of information request. HMRC’s figures show that the total amount of tax paid by people whose pension savings rise above the lifetime limit has jumped by 33pc in 12 months ...

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LAUSD has to face health, pension costs — now

The Los Angeles Unified School District has long known it needs to do something about growing health-care and pension costs, as uncomfortable as that might be for school board members and district employee unions. Currently, the district covers 100 percent of health care premiums for eligible employees, retirees and their dependents. This has led to bigger and bigger portions of ...

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State Pension Crisis “Am I my brother’s keeper?” | Opinion

This is a question we would do well to ask ourselves regarding the State’s pension crisis. We all have family, friends and neighbors who are anxious about the pension crisis. Do legislators have a responsibility to keep pensions intact? Of course they do. Being the case ponders this. With the pension being the most pressing issue facing the state, why ...

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Pension petition for teacher gender inequality

A petition to force the government to equalise the way teachers’ pensions transfer to their partners is gathering strength. Under the current system male teachers who accrued pension between 1972 and 1988 can pass 50 per cent of the final amount to their wives if they die after retirement, but this privilege does not extend either to husbands of female ...

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