Articles by: James Lloyd

Blogs

Pension tax-relief

Pension tax-relief will not survive without pension incomes

As the days count down until Budget 2016, the pensions world is buzzing with speculation on the future of pensions tax-relief.

February 24, 2016 ×

Blogs

FCA

To what extent are pension defaults the answer to protecting the disengaged?

The Centre has contributed a chapter to a discussion paper, “Ageing population and financial services”, published by the Financial Conduct Authority.

February 22, 2016 ×

Blogs

Pension freedom

The changing politics of pension freedom

The savers who have already exercised their pension freedoms will no longer be the target of politicians.

February 10, 2016 ×

Blogs

Building

Taking on the landlords: what should the government do next?

The government has brought in some encouraging policies to tackle the rise in buy-to-let landlords and protect the interests of first-time buyers, but there is more to do.

January 28, 2016 ×

Media

Daily Telegraph

Is the Government quietly dropping its promised cap on care costs?

Daily Telegraph, Monday December 12th, 2015

December 7, 2015 ×

Publications

Screened Out

Screened Out: Meeting the challenge of technology and young people’s wellbeing

How does online social networking and ‘screen-based media’ influence young people’s wellbeing, and how should policymakers respond?

October 15, 2015 ×

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