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# Pensions

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The public will no longer get to know how much former Taoisigh and ex-ministers are paid
'We've been waiting for 12 years': Hundreds of Community Employment supervisors strike over pension rights
State pension: Taoiseach says 65-year-olds will still have to sign on under Fine Gael's new plan
The State pension 'mess': Can we afford to roll back on the pension age?
Bríd Smith: The main political parties 'loaded the gun and pulled the trigger on the pension age'
The pension age is now a major election issue - so where do all the parties stand?
'It will get worse': 'Embarrassed' over-65s forced to sign on the dole
France paralysed as hundreds of thousands take to the streets in protest over pensions overhaul plan
Poll: Do you support the government's plan to 'auto-enrol' people for pensions?
There's a big difference between what Irish men and women are living off in retirement
Fianna Fáil slaps down government's idea of means-testing for pension payments
Over 20,000 pensioners to benefit from rate increase following review
€28 million in pension payments to former TDs, Senators and government ministers over the past two years
'Volunteers were sent for the coffins': New docs reveal IRA activities during War of Independence
Fears over publishing anonymous list of former ministers' pensions in case they were easily identifiable
Putin softens plans to reform Russia's pension system amid public outcry
Government to launch automatic enrolment into pension plans for all citizens by 2022
'The State pension wasn't designed to support the lifestyles people have in mind'
Jerry Moriarty
Injured in The Troubles: 'I don't know whether they're just waiting for us to die off'
From 2022, workers will be 'auto enrolled' on pension savings schemes
The government will spend €40 million closing the 'pensions gap'
'I never cost the State a penny, but now they're taking part of my pension'
Most women 'don't know how to start a pension' as surveys highlights gender gap
The State's public service pension liability currently stands at €114.5 billion
'I found myself shouting at the radio': War of words between Doherty and O'Dea on pension motion
Varadkar won't support motion which reverses pension cut for taking time out of the workforce
There's a big difference between how men and women are planning for retirement
Leo Varadkar: 'The State can’t solve everyone’s problems for them'
Taoiseach says politicians should settle their Dáil bar tab or have it taken from their salaries
The pension is definitely going up and Micheál Martin has dismissed claims he's opposed to rises
'Vulnerable, scared, overworked and underpaid': A day in the life of an Irish stable worker
'I want to die here, not on some miserable grey street in Manchester' - British expats in Spain fearful of the Brexit effect
'Retirement should be an option' - plan to abolish retirement age welcomed
Cork TD says people should pay €6 a year for travel pass to wipe out Bus Éireann deficit
The gap between private pensions and public pensions has the government worried
Know your ARFs from your PRSAs? Our guide to when to start a pension
"Unacceptable": Fianna Fáil's Budget battle with Varadkar is going down to the wire
Worried about financial security? Here are 7 tips on how to get the right pension
John Lowe
The top 500 public sector pensions cost €50 million a year
Poll: Should all employers be required to contribute to their workers' pensions?