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Should Pension Savers Have The Right To Manage Their Money?

Pension regulators are chasing their own tails over the right of retirement savers to manage their own money. The issue providers, savers, advisers and regulators...

deVere Catalyst Review

deVere Catalyst is platform app that simplifies investment for expats and international workers and aims to take away the hard work of managing investments...

Five Golden Rules For Spending In Retirement

Sensible spending in retirement is not all about budgets and spreadsheets but the order in which money is spent as well. That’s why working out...

Pension Petition Protest Triggers Government Response

Doctors look like winning a bitter battle with the government over how to tax treat their pay and pensions. The NHS has announced proposals giving...

Planning Your Retirement Income

Deciding if you can afford to retire and when is the best time for you to stop working is a decision that can depend...

Thousands Sign Up To Doctor’s Pension Petition Protest

Thousands of doctors, financial advisers and retirement savers are flocking to sign an online petition calling for the government to scrap the controversial tapered...

One In Three Expats Ready To Hand Back UK Passports

One in three British expats living in Ireland are ready to hand back their UK passports to take up citizenship elsewhere. They blame the ongoing...

360,000 State Pension Forecasts Wrong, Admits Minister

Hundreds of thousands of retirement savers have planned their state pension spending based on the wrong figures, a red-faced minister has admitted. At least 360,000...

Family Finances Make Over 55s Worse Off Than Expected

Half the over 55s who thought they had worked out how much money they needed to fund a comfortable retirement need to get their...

WASPI Women Despair Over Their Retirement Finances

WASPI women have more than the money they have lost due to state pension changes, says a new report. Millions of women have seen their...

What is Friends Provident International Premier Advance Savings Plan?

If you are looking for a savings package that return more than the measly interest rates offered by banks, then this could be the...

Property Gains And Savings Rates Reach A Tipping Point

Savers have reached a tipping point where interest rates on cash in the bank is starting to outweigh the returns from property. For more than...

Company Pensions Slip £9 Billion In The Red

The pension schemes of Britain’s largest 350 companies tumbled £9 billion into the red last year. The 28% dip saw pension underfunding increase from £32...

250,000 NHS Staff Dump Generous Gold-Plated Pensions

Hordes of NHS workers are dumping their gold-plated pensions even though they could face an impoverished retirement. Nearly 250,000 staff have dropped out of the...

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...

Pension Transfer Frenzy Cooling

Pension fever is cooling as fewer workers request transfer amounts from providers and the shine goes from golden goodbyes as companies offer to less...

Is Your Pension Linked To How Good You Feel In Retirement?

Older people who tussle with their finances rather than investing in a guaranteed retirement income are more miserable, says a new survey. In a twist...

One In Three Over 50s Have No Retirement Savings

Nearly a third of the over 50s are looking forward to a miserable retirement because they have less than £1,000 in the bank or...

Budget 2018: Hammond Resists Raid On Pensions

Chancellor Phillip Hammond resisted the temptation to raid pensions to raise money for his spending spree in Budget 2018. In the lead up to the...

Millennials Fall £395,000 Short In Pension Saving Target

Retirement savers are wildly off target when they set pension goals, according to a new survey. Half of savers aged between 25 and 40 years...