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onebigvoice Member Posts: 260 Pioneering
My question is about an activist who on breakfast T V said he didn't want to support an aging population and wanted every one to go back to work after retirement by scrapping the retirement process and leave it open ended?
  So my first question is,  Who supported you while you were at school and before to allow you to have the NHS for all the aliments you had prior to starting work your self?
  Question 2.  Why are you paying into a pension if you are never going to be able to claim it?
  I received this again about lecturing again and cannot except the post since I am registered disabled and because I paid into a private pension it has impacted my benefits.  this means for every POUND I EARN THEY REMOVE 95 PENCE FROM MY BENEFITS AND EARNINGS?
I urgently need someone for the below position..
Role: L3 Mechanical Engineering Lecturer
Location: South Wales
Start: January
Duration: On-going, Academic year potentially
Rate: £Negotiable
Additional Info: 3-5 Days PW client is flexible.

  I get about three of these a month.  Would you work for 5 pence an hour?  When even the HMRC say I am £1200 below the threshold for paying TAX?  The council say I have to much pension and therefore deduct benefits accordingly with this extra tax on top if I work?
  I have offered my services for free as long as I can sit when necessary and the answer is no?  What is wrong with everyone I wish I could go back to work even at my age, as the younger generation are the future of this country.  Maybe this guy could help me get a decent wage, or should I say decent tax on what I earn? 


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