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Pension Millionaires Living A Life Of Luxury

Nearly a million retired couples are enjoying life as pension millionaires with more than £900 a week to spend, according to a new study. Research...

Financial Cheaters Keep Cash Stashes Secret From Partners

Some savers keep an emergency cash stash secret from their partners, family and friends because they fear their partner may leave them or they...

Quizzed Workers Reveal Pension Ignorance

Retirement savers do not know enough about how their pensions work, which is hampering their efforts to set realistic financial goals, says a new...

Friends Provident International Premier Advance Savings Plan Review

Most of us like to save a little extra for those unexpected expensive events but have problems deciding where to put the money. For expats,...

RL360 Quantum Savings Plan Review

Savings plans like the RL360° Quantum Savings Plan are designed to run alongside expat pensions, not to replace them. Quantum aims to offer somewhere to...

Savings Resolutions Already Forgotten After Just A Few Days

The new year is less than a month old and already most of those hard-pledged resolutions to save more, lose weight and give up...

Generali Vision Savings Plan Review

The pros and cons of the Generali Vision Savings Plan often crop up when advisers discuss long-term savings with expats. International independent financial advisers have...

Retirement Cash Out Of Control For Millions

Huge numbers of workers over 50 face a miserable retirement because they are relying on a lottery win, inheritance or downsizing their home to...

Pension Firms Forced To Publish Their Fees At Last

How much retirement savers are paying out in hidden pension charges is about to be revealed as the government acts to expose rip-off fees...

Poor Financial Advice Triggers Millions Of Complaints

Leaving a financial adviser to manage savings and investments can be seriously damaging to your wealth, according to complaints statistics from consumer watchdogs. Banks, financial...

Millions Don’t Understand How Their Pensions Work

Tens of thousands of people are confused about their pensions and retirement savings according to an in-depth survey by a consumer watchdog. Most of the...

1 in 12 Chance Of Falling Victim To A Pension Scammer

If you are a retirement saver switching pension funds, you have a 1 in 12 chance of falling victim to a scam. Although the odds...

Workers To Wait Longer To Access Private Pensions

The government may be hatching plans to raise the minimum age for retirement savers to access their cash as the state pension age rises. Pension...

Private Schooling In The UAE Can Cost Expats £500,000

Educating a child in the United Arab Emirates from preschool to university can cost expat parents at least £255,000. Insurance firm Zurich- Middle East has...

How Expat Couples Can Save Tax On Savings And Investments

Expats who still pay UK tax can take advantage of some perfectly legal financial tricks to reduce the amount they have to hand over...

Expat Financial Firm Sold in £340m Deal

Loss-making expat financial provider Friends Provident International has been sold in a £340 million deal. UK insurance giant Aviva picked up the brand when swooping...

Pension Complaints Roll In At More Than 16 Every Day

The number of pension gripes from retirement savers has soared by a fifth over the past year. Complaint figures from the Pension Ombudsman show more...

Cheaper Fund Fees Can Make Pensions Last Longer

Any good businessman or accountant is likely to argue keep an eye on expenses is a good way to improve profits without boosting sales. The...

Richer Retirees Are Happier Than The Rest

Money really does buy extra happiness in retirement, according to two-thirds of retirees. Only one in three told a new study that a lack of...

Tax-free Pension Cash Offers Over 55s A £26,374 Windfall

More than half of over 55s plan to take the most they can tax-free from their pensions, according to a new study. 54% of those...