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In this episode of Careerwise, we focus on the issue of money.
Recent negotiations have reversed the plan for existing teachers to work until the age of 65, but all new teachers, and some others, will still have to do so.
Peter Curran hosts a discussion with two key players and old adversaries: Paul Bleasdale, head of pensions at the DfES, and Barry Fawcett, head of the NUT's salaries department.
We also take a look at the likely evolution of teachers' pensions with contributions from Tim Boswell, shadow minister for work and pensions, and pensions expert Stephen Yeo.
There is something here for everyone; we see teachers at various different life stages get independent financial advice on maximising their financial assets.
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Part of the series: CareerWise