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STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student B)

1)

What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘pension’?

2)

Does your government provide you with a state pension in your old age?

3)

Why are pensions important?

4)

Have you started contributing to a pension scheme?

5)

How much of a pension do you think you’ll need when you retire?

6)

Do you understand how pensions work?

7)

Has anyone ever tried to sell you a pension?

8)

Do you think all companies should contribute to their workers’ pensions?

9)

Should the government tax pensions?

10)

Do you think you’d be good at selling pensions?


 
 

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student A)

1)

How do pension funds operate?

2)

What does it mean when you rollover your pension?

3)

What’s the best age to start your own pension?

4)

How much are you prepared to pay right now in pension contributions?

5)

What do you need to do when you plan a pension?

6)

Do you think pension plans are risky?

7)

What kind of life do you think you will have on a pension?

8)

Who would you go to for advice on pensions?

9)

Why do pension schemes sometimes collapse?

10)

What would you do if the pension scheme you had been paying into for years suddenly collapsed due to mismanagement?


 


 
 
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