7th January 2017

coins

Report findings suggest this trend is set to continue Half of women (52%) are now saving adequately for their retirement compared to 60% of men, according to the latest Scottish Widows ‘Women & Retirement’ Report. But while this maintains the record high levels achieved in 2015, the gap between men and women has widened since […]

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6th January 2017

town

Providing the foundation for an exciting new chapter in your life Nobody knows quite what the future holds. The good news is we are all living longer. Advances in medicine and healthier lifestyles have led to an increase in the average life expectancy of both males and females.

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9th December 2016

yaught

What you need to consider to ensure you don’t lose out HAVE YOU EVER CONSIDERED MOVING AND CONSOLIDATING YOUR PENSION TO ANOTHER SCHEME OR PROVIDER? THERE ARE A WHOLE HOST OF REASONS WHY PEOPLE MIGHT WANT TO DO THIS BEFORE THEY REACH RETIREMENT. SOME ARE LOOKING FOR BETTER FUND PERFORMANCE, LOWER CHARGES OR BETTER DEATH […]

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13th November 2016

Tight rope

Men narrow the gap on women when it comes to life expectancy Thanks to healthier lifestyles and advances in medicine, people are living longer lives, but many individuals may not feel financially prepared for their retirement. When it comes to setting your investment goals or strategy for your retirement, there are two main options.

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12th November 2016

money rolls

Planning financially for long-term sickness How would you pay the bills if you were sick or accidentally injured and couldn’t work? According to research by Unum and Personnel Today, just 12% of employers support their staff for more than a year if they’re off sick from work.

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12th November 2016

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Britons would rather vacuum than review their pensions Why should you start planning for your future now? Retirement might seem like a long way off, but the sooner you plan for it financially, the less you are likely to have to put aside. Planning for your financial future early in your working life will allow […]

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25th August 2016

Westminster

Facing new challenges at every turn to meet long-term objectives We are now living in a more uncertain world, and for many investors they are facing new challenges at every turn. As correlations between asset classes rise, the right strategy is crucial to preserve capital when markets are falling. Add to this the result of […]

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12th July 2016

Yaught

Getting your pension in shape to enjoy the kind of lifestyle you want in later life ‘Will I be able to afford the retirement lifestyle I want?’ is a question that many people ask but struggle to figure out. There are many ways to assess your likely income in retirement and work out how much […]

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7th July 2016

Westminster

The economic effects of leaving the EU could cause unemployment to rise in the UK which would reduce the pressure for wage growth. The Treasury estimated that wages will be between 2.8% and 4% lower at the point of maximum impact. However, if the UK remains a member of the EU for at least another […]

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