Exploring Solutions for Small Pension Pots and Enhancing Gardens with Compact Planters

On 22 September 2020, the Minister for Pensions and Financial Inclusion launched a cross-sector working group. The aim is to support the DWP’s Small Pots Working Group in finding the best option to deal with the proliferation of small deferred pension pots in the automatic enrolment (AE) workplace. This initiative, an industry group jointly convened by the Association of British Insurers (ABI) and the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA), has explored various solutions to tackle this issue.

Container plants in pots and tubs are a terrific way to add interest and focus to your garden, ideal if you only have a small outdoor courtyard or patio. You can grow compact roses in the largest pot you have space for, using a loam-based compost such as John Innes No. 3. Adding small porcelain ceramic plant holders on bun feet, decorated with a hedgehog and orange flowers, can further enhance your garden’s aesthetics.

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Automatic enrolment has successfully enabled millions of workers to financially prepare for later life. When you engage in this, 25% of what you take is tax-free, and the balance is taxable at your marginal rate of income tax.

For those interested in small pots for various purposes, there are options like the “Small Pots with Lids 10 Gram Sample Pots for Cosmetics 4 PCS Make up Pots Little Pots Sample Jars with Lids Plastic Makeup Sample Containers BPA Free Makeup Pot 4.” Additionally, the “CYNNXIA 2 Pack White Ceramic Succulent Plant Pots 17CM Oval Ceramic Planters Mini Cactus Plant Pot Bonsai Pots Small Flower Pots with BambooTray and Drainage Hole for Indoor and Outdoor Dec (No Plant)” offers a stylish choice for gardening enthusiasts.

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