IAPF

AcronymDefinition
IAPFIrish Association of Pension Funds (Dublin, Ireland)
IAPFInter-American Peace Force
IAPFInternational Anti Poaching Foundation (Australia and Zimbabwe)
IAPFInternational Association of Peace Foundations
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Only 31% of those over 50 believe they will have enough money saved for retirement and the IAPF is calling for "more action and less rhetoric" from the Government.
Much like the IAPF, this taskforce should have both a central location, as well as various locations "in theatre." (147) The central location should be located on a current military installation (AfriCom and CentCom for example) and be pre-loaded with the top Special Forces soldiers that countries make available.
A properly produced a task-force should be molded after the IAPF in that it should consist of special forces soldiers, trained in asymmetric warfare and advanced combat techniques.
Later during our travels within the country, we met some folk who represent the International Anti-Poaching Foundation (IAPF).
IAPF & Life Strategies (2008: 25), coupled with Table 4.2.1 (ibid, 32) in Pensions Board (2006) shows that the pension subsidy, viewed as the effective net tax relief, is no more than 22% for persons in the first seven income deciles (that is, with incomes under 34,000 [euro] per annum) but it steeply rises thereafter for the latter deciles.
And this was one of the first reactions I encountered when I started researching IAPF's work in Zimbabwe and the rest of southern Africa.
IAPF chief Jerry Moriarty said: "Pension participation is notoriously poor in Ireland with just 50% of workers planning for retirement.
The IAPF added: "It's an attack on the savings of ordinary pensioners and workers while protecting politicians and public sector workers who already have the best pension benefits."
Raymond McKenna, of the IAPF, told the Pensions Adequacy and Governance conference in Dublin that some people should be paying up to 25 per cent of their income into their pensions.
The IAPF spoke out in the wake of the global equity tumble that has seen billions wiped off the value of pensions.