Pensions News – Have your Say

The Scottish Public Pensions Agency (SPPA) has opened three consultations on areas of pension reform.  They run until 4th January 2015 and can be found using the links below. Consultation on The Teachers’ Pension Scheme (Amendment) (Scotland) Regulations 2014 The…

Survey on Pensions

The Association is inviting members who will be directly affected by the proposed pension changes to take part in a survey to establish what their views are.  Teachers born on or after 1 April 1962 will be affected by the…

Increase in Employee Pension Contributions

As from April 1st 2013 the following increases to employee pension contributions will apply. Full Time Equivalentpensionable pay Contribution rate 2012/13 Contribution rate 2013/14 Contribution rateincrease against 2012/13 Up to £14,999 6.4% 6.4% 0% £15,000 to £25,999 7.0% 7.0% 0%…

SSTA Expresses Disgust

The Scottish Secondary Teachers’ Association today expressed disgust at in the middle of continuing attempts to produce a Scottish solution to the Public Sector Pension fiasco the Scottish Parliament’s Education and Culture Committee has failed to protect Scottish teachers by…

Scotland’s Teaching Unions United in Condemnation of Pensions Hike

Scotland’s two largest teaching unions, the Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) and the Scottish Secondary Teachers’ Association (SSTA) have today been united in their condemnation of an increase in the pensions contributions paid by Scotland’s teachers. The Scottish Government has…
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