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Value Of Share Supermarkets For Investors Under The Microscope

Financial watchdogs are to look at if supermarket shopping for pensions and investments is good for the wealth of consumers. The Financial Conduct Authority is...

Pension Firms Shun Cash For Advice Offer

Pension providers are shunning a government to fund financial advice for retirement savers put forward by Chancellor Phillip Hammond in his spring budget. He offers...

Over 40s Target Health Instead Of Wealth

Health not wealth is the new lifestyle priority for the over 40s heading for retirement, says a new study. While 44% of the over 40s...

Taking Financial Advice Can Make You Richer

Investors and savers who take financial advice are on average £40,000 better off than those who shun professional guidance. Research by think-tank the International Longevity...

Do You Really Need A Wealth Manager?

Is wealth management a fancy marketing buzz word or an essential service for investors? Wealth managers can cover the work carried out by independent financial...

Living Longer Is A Demographic Time Bomb Waiting To Explode

People living longer is a huge problem for governments and health services across the developed world. As diet and medicine improves, more people are reaching...

Calls To Revive Pension Cold-Calling Ban Heat Up

Calls for a ban on pension cold-calling appear to be on hold as the government answers pleas about proceeding with the proposed law with...

Shaky Relationships Stop Parents Gifting Cash To Children

The high number of relationships ending in divorce or separation are putting off families giving money or other financial gifts to their children. A third...

A Million Workers Ready To Retire Without Any Savings

More than a million workers are hurtling heading towards retirement without any pension savings, according to new research. Pension firm Aegon has revealed 1.2 million...

Saving And Investment For Expats

Making a case for saving cash against staking money in stocks and shares is a no-brainer for expats. With Bank of England and US Federal...

Too Many Are Not Saving Enough For Retirement

Almost half of retirement savers have no pension or are failing to save enough and will probably have to rely on the state pension,...

Why DIY Investors Should Dump The 4% Pension Rule

Pension experts are warning DIY investors that the universal rule of thumb for working out a sustainable withdrawal from their pensions does not work...

How Much Cash Does A Comfortable Retirement Cost?

If you don’t want to spend your retirement checking out groceries or stacking shelves in a supermarket because you don’t have enough cash, you...

1.7 Million Rely On State Pension For All Their Income

If you are spending every penny you earn and not saving for a pension and expect the state to step in and bail you...

Women Victims Of Astonishing Gender Savings Gap

Women are trailing men badly in the savings race for retirement, according to new research. While men amass an average pension pot of £73,600, women...

Singles Fear They Can Never Save Enough To Retire

One in four singles believe they will never have enough money saved to retire, according to a survey. More than 1,500 working age people were...

Plan To Pool Pensions Into A £1.5 Trillion Superfund

So many final salary workplace pensions are in danger of paying reduced benefits that trustees should consider pooling them in a £1.5 trillion superfund,...

Paying Into A Pension After Retirement

If you are under 75 years old and have some spare cash to save each month, don’t forget you can still put money into...

Don’t Blame Pensioners For Having Too Much Money

How times change. Not long ago everyone sympathised with the plight of poor pensioners striving to make ends meet. Now the same pensioners are vilified...

What’s Best For An Expat – A Lifetime ISA Or A...

The government’s latest product aimed at boosting saving by offering tax incentives launches in a few weeks, but is a lifetime ISA better than...