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Monthly Archives: January 2018

The bank that likes to say ‘yes’

Repeated payouts to children could have a detrimental impact on your own long-term saving Many parents who are in a position to do so would want to provide financial help to their children. However, in many cases, this financial support … Continue reading

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Funding your future lifestyle

Think about the level of risk you might be willing to take with your hard-earned cash We all dream of a more prosperous financial future, but how do you turn this into a reality? With interest rates on savings accounts … Continue reading

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Millennial outlook

Pension saving high up on the list of workplace priorities Workers from the so-called ‘millennial generation’ are putting pension saving high up their list of workplace priorities. Nearly six in ten (57%) people in their first ten years of work … Continue reading

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Countdown to retirement

Matching the living standards of those who have already retired Retirement can mean different things to different people. Understanding how much it will take to provide an income for yourself and potentially a spouse, while also ensuring you are able … Continue reading

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Investing for the future

Higher inflation and near-zero interest rates mean the responsible thing to do could be to invest rather than to save Many of us have been brought up to believe that saving is the responsible thing to do. But in today’s … Continue reading

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Planning the future you want

Pension freedoms bring optimism and adventure to retirement Will I ever slow down? Do I have the right plans in place? Retirement is a chance to do more of what you enjoy, and figures released as part of LV=’s tenth … Continue reading

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Pensions in divorce

Preparing for an independent future should a relationship break down When disputes arise within families, emotions run high and rash decisions are made. This is why divorce is an arena fraught with acrimony. But seven in ten couples don’t consider … Continue reading

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Do you have a financial back-up plan this year?

Be prepared if life throws something unexpected your way Unforeseen life events and circumstances can potentially impact your finances in a number of ways. Hundreds of thousands of people are diagnosed with cancer each year in the UK, and it … Continue reading

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Making solid financial resolutions

Grow your money, and live the life you want The New Year is the perfect time to overhaul your life for the better, and one excellent place to start is by making solid financial resolutions that can help get you … Continue reading

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Sandwich generation

Not having enough money for retirement is the biggest concern Average life expectancy has generally been increasing, and for the ‘sandwich’ generation, saving for their retirement is clearly a big concern – and with plans to contribute financially to support … Continue reading

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