Save our pensions

In this publication Peter Lilley argues that compulsion is the only real solution to Britain's pension crisis.

He addresses questions including how much should people be required to provide for their old age, what proportion of that provision should be funded by savings and how much left to the tax payers, and should people be required to work longer before drawing on their pension? He injects some much needed original thinking on these and other key issues, which makes this paper essential reading for all concerned about the future of pension provisions.

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