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Election May Unpick State Pension Triple Lock

Financial plans for millions relying on the state pension to see them through their later years are in disarray due to the General Election...

Property Funds Pile Up Cash In Case Of Run Of Withdrawals

Giant commercial property funds are piling up mountains of cash as managers fear investors may rush to withdraw their cash if the economy dips. City...

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...

Self-Employed Skimping On Pension Saving

Britain has the worst record for the self-employed saving for retirement out of 15 countries around the world. A study revealed that just over half...

Providers Take First Steps Towards Pension Dashboard

The government has challenged pension providers to build a fintech app that will revolutionise retirement planning by showing all a saver’s pensions in one...

Average Pension Pot Grows As Millions Save More

The average size of a British saver’s pension pot on retirement has soared to £50,000, according to research by a giant financial firm. Pension funds...

Brexit Article 50 Is Gone – Say Hello To Article 218

The Brexit row over parallel trade talks and the ‘divorce bill’ as Britain leaves the European Union is down to interpretation. So far, the focus...

What Do You Know About New Pension And Tax Rules?

April 6 is the start of the new financial year, and this year, a host of new pension and tax rules start. As a retirement...

Britain And US Ban Tech Gadgets On Flights

A new electronic gadget ban is likely to inconvenience thousands of expats flying from Africa and the Middle East to Britain and the USA. In...

May Names The Day For Brexit At Last

March 29 is pencilled in as the day British Prime Minister Theresa May is to set Brexit in motion. A full 246 days after Britain...

May To Push Brexit Button On March 29

Prime Minister Theresa May is set to push the exit button for Britain to leave the European Union on March 29. Nine months after the...

Buy To Let Tax Changes On The Way For Expat Investors

Buy to let tax changes in Britain are going to impact expats – but not as badly as many believe. Landlords renting out homes in...

Give EU Expats The Right To Remain Now, MPS Urge

Prime Minister Theresa May has come under even more pressure from MPs to guarantee the rights of European expats in the UK when she...

Budget 2017 – Main Points For Expats And Landlords

Chancellor Phillip Hammond produced little in the way of surprises in his Budget 2017. Although he was on his feet in the House of Commons...

UK Consumers Report 32 Financial Scams Every Day

One in eight calls to financial watchdogs are concerns about pension and investment scams, the latest official figures reveal. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is...

Pension Savers Caught Claiming Too Much Tax Relief

Thousands of retirement savers face financial penalties because they are claiming too much tax relief on the money they pay into pensions. HM Revenue and...

Rip Off Firms Won’t Tell Customers About Saving Cash

If you are about to cash in your pension savings, then hang on a few weeks and you could save a lot of money. True...

Your Lifetime Just Got 3 Years Longer If You Are 50!

The chances are you are going to live longer than you thought as longevity figures are revised by statisticians. Researchers say someone in their 50s...

Brexit May Lift Ban On EU Mobile Roaming Charges

British expats with UK mobile phones are facing a shock as they look set to be excluded from a ban on roaming charges. The EU...