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Can I wait until 65 to decide on pension?

Can I wait until 65 to decide on pension?

Advice on retirement planning in your 20s, 50s and for those self-employed from IAPF CEO Jerry Moriarty in the Irish Independent

Pension reform plan wins broad backing from business community

Pension reform plan wins broad backing from business community

Universal welcome for auto-enrolment of workers in a pension scheme, including IAPF.

Mandatory pensions form part of radical system shake-up

Mandatory pensions form part of radical system shake-up

IAPF CEO Jerry Moriarty comments on the publication of the Government's Roadmap for Pensions Reform 2018 - 2023.

E-Update 28 February 2018

E-Update 28 February 2018

Roadmap for Pensions Reform released

Act now to boost your chances of enjoying debt-free retirement

Act now to boost your chances of enjoying debt-free retirement

Without planning ahead or rightsizing, many future retirees may face a battle to clear long-term mortages as income drops, writes John Cradden

E-Update 13 February 2018

E-Update 13 February 2018

Notifications from The Pensions Authority, Revenue and the WRC. IAPF DB Survey and Dinner.

IAPF viewpoint: 'We must push on with reform'

IAPF viewpoint: 'We must push on with reform'

A year of change is ahead to prepare for implementation of the revised IORP II Directive and reform of the DC system. Written by Jerry Moriarty, CEO of the IAPF.

Ireland: Drive is on for auto-enrolment

Ireland: Drive is on for auto-enrolment

Auto-enrolment is one of the main goals of the Irish government’s pension reform plans. Hear from IAPF DC Committee member Paul Duignan (ESB) and CEO Jerry Moriarty.

E-Update 18 January 2018

E-Update 18 January 2018

Revenue Pensions Manual amended, DB Survey and Your Pensions Calendar for 2018

Why a Woman’s Retirement in Ireland is More Financially Perilous than a Man’s

Why a Woman’s Retirement in Ireland is More Financially Perilous than a Man’s

While the issue of pension planning is of significance for both men and women, it is recognised that women face many more hurdles in structuring an adequate retirement plan than men do.

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