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The World’s Getting Richer, Says Latest Wealth Data

Household income has picked up across the countries that make up the Organisation of Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD). The latest data from the OECD...

Low Paid Don’t Need Pension Tax Breaks, Claims Think-Tank

Don’t give pension saving tax breaks to the poor - they can’t afford to take advantage of them, says an international think-tank that comes...

World Economic Growth May Have Peaked

The world economy is facing a slowdown due to escalating tensions over trade, political uncertainty and tightening financial conditions in emerging markets. The Organisation of...

Corporate Tax Loopholes Closed By Landmark Agreement

Ministers from 76 countries have queued up to sign a landmark treaty that will stop multinational organisations from evading tax by shifting their earnings...

More Training And Better Pay Would Extend Working Lives

Working for longer can boost retirement income options but the UK is lagging many developed countries in offering employment opportunities for the over 50s. Britain...

Panama Is Not The Only Secret Tax Haven, Says OECD

Panama is not the only secret tax haven for the wealthy to shelter their riches behind a veil of secrecy. The country has backtracked on...

Pensions At Risk As Low Rates Threaten Yields

Low interest rates could pose a threat to the futures of pension funds as they struggle to generate returns to match performance promises made...

Britain Has One Of The World’s Worst State Pensions

The British State Pension is one of the worst retirement benefits offered worldwide, according to new research. The Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)...

Global Tax Network Will Impact Every Investor

Global tax is set to face the biggest shake up ever that will affect every saver and investor with accounts in any of the...