Pensions for You and Your Business is a fresh and fully up-to-date guide for small businesses covering all the essentials of company pensions. For many smaller company directors pension arrangements are often seen as expensive, and complicated as well as being misunderstood by the workforce. With businesses being faced with making decisions about the semi-compulsory company pension arrangements (NEST) which came into force in 2012 it can be a minefield for owners, managers and HR professionals alike. Pensions for You and Your Business can change that. Written in a practical and jargon-free way, Pensions for You and Your Business is designed to help small business owners, managers, company secretaries and those in charge of accounts, implement pensions schemes for their employees and ensure they comply with legislation. As well as being the definitive guide to pensions to help save time and money, Pensions for You and Your Business will be the best pensions handbook for ongoing support when managing and administering company pension schemes. All the essential advice and information in one place, including: * Pensions background - what it means for business owners and employees * The UK pension system - structure, benefits and business implications * Legalities - government guides, regulations and the state system * Deciding on the right pension for business and the workforce * The regulations, protection schemes and overseas information * Investments, liabilities and the future of pension * Official resources and advisers and how to get the best from them
Public Pensions and Immigration is a thorough and rigorous treatment of pension policy and international labor migration based on public choice theory, including an extensive discussion of pension policy in Europe and the challenges arising from increased labor mobility between EU member states. Tim Krieger reveals that the voting outcome critically depends on such parameters as the type of pension system, migrant qualifications and the possibility of return migration. He argues that the EU institutional framework, with respect to pension policy, cannot prevent harmful migration between EU member countries which is, in part, induced by differences in pension systems.
The idea of this book is to provide insight into the composition and structure of public pension and early retirement schemes in seven European countries, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Great Britain, Germany, the Netherlands and Italy. The component and structural analyses are based on micro simulation models, which, after validation of the models, makes it possible to perform a great number of precise calculations in a very short time and to present the results in graphical form, close to 'blue prints', this is the 'engineering' dimension of the study. It is also the aim to study the income protection these schemes provide when the working person retires, which is the social dimension of the study.
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