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Henry Tapper, Founder & editor

Henry Tapper is the Founder of the Pension PlayPen and its Editor-in-chief. Henry is an English Graduate from Cambridge University who spent some time as a trawlerman in the Icelandic Merchant Navy before becoming a financial adviser in 1984, he has worked in pensions all his life, becoming Head of Sales at Eagle Star and Zurich. He is now a Director of First Actuarial who are also shareholders of the Pension PlayPen

Pension PlayPen and Sage

If you are an employer using Sage payroll software or if you run a Sage payroll bureau - we’ve got good news.

by Henry Tapper, Founder & editor Posted 2 years ago at 13:45

Choosing a workplace pension is important but shouldn’t be hard work

Whether you’ve been a business adviser helping an employer or an employer choosing a workplace pension for your staff, you’ll know that it’s a daunting business.

by Henry Tapper, Founder & editor Posted 2 years ago at 16:41

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