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Monthly Archives: July 2016

Splashing the cash


New ‘YOLO’ generation gambling with their financial future The prospect of saving for tomorrow may feel too distant for some, but to achieve long-term goals (including financial security in retirement) we all need to consider reprioritising our needs to give … Continue reading

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Return of multi-generational households


Two in three agree living with family is beneficial Multi-generational households could be set to grow in popularity as property costs continue to rise. A new report from Aviva suggests that based on the rate of growth seen in the … Continue reading

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Why now is the time to review your pension


Taking an active interest in your retirement savings Millions of savers currently spend very little time reviewing their pensions, with more than a quarter of savers (28%) admitting to never reviewing their retirement savings, while almost a fifth (19%) of … Continue reading

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Lack of preparation for the unexpected


A quarter of us could only afford to pay household bills for a maximum of three months Protecting your family should underpin financial planning, and it can also be a key business tool or estate planning mechanism. But, despite this, … Continue reading

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Retirement freedoms


What are the income options for your pension? Deciding what to do with your pension savings is an important step we will all have to take. Following changes introduced in April 2015, you now have more choice and flexibility than … Continue reading

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Managing your retirement savings


Consolidating your separate pensions into one single pension wrapper If you’ve accumulated numerous workplace pensions over the years from different employers, it can be difficult to keep track of how they are performing. The process of bringing all your pensions … Continue reading

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Brexit: the point of maximum impact


The economic effects of leaving the EU could cause unemployment to rise in the UK which would reduce the pressure for wage growth. The Treasury estimated that wages will be between 2.8% and 4% lower at the point of maximum … Continue reading

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UK’s exit from the European Union after 43 years


The UK’s exit from the European Union after 43 years is now set to happen. The vote by a majority of British people to leave the European Union on Thursday 23 June represents a very significant decision for the UK, … Continue reading

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