Category Archives: social media

Do you feel lucky?

You gotta ask yourself a question: do I feel lucky? At the end of my last blog post I promised to consider how we might look at the last golden decade or more in SIPPs. Here goes … Twelve years … Continue reading

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The Fall and Rise of Sipphound

I’m sure, like me, you’re old enough to remember the energy of Leonard Rossiter and the eccentric character he played, Reggie Perrin. (I’m confident too that, working in pensions, we’re allowed to talk about age.) Well, in a matter of … Continue reading

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A picture tells a thousand words

We’ve heard the saying a thousand times. Yet, when I look at pensions, which is most days, I see thousands of words and very few pictures. Just recently I had to do a little routine maintenance on our washing machine … Continue reading

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Do SIPP providers get social media?

I was recently asked this and I think the answer is no, not yet. Arguably there are good examples such as @pensionsmonkey on Twitter (sometimes technical and hot-off-the-press, sometimes wickedly irreverent). But such examples are personal, not across a whole … Continue reading

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