Monthly Archives: July 2017

Working 9 to 5

Almost three quarters of employees expect to work beyond the traditional retirement age The proportion of UK employees who say they will work beyond the age of 65 is at an all-time high. The findings from Canada Life identified that

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Pensions revolution

Awareness and understanding amongst the public still remains low 6 April 2017 marked the anniversary of both the new State Pension and the new pension freedoms. These major overhauls have revolutionised the UK pensions landscape, but research from Aviva[1] suggests

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Dreaming of an early retirement

When you quit the rate race, will you really have the time of your life? We all know that we need to save money for our retirement, but knowing it and doing something about it are very different things!

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Investment wise

Learning from the past and understanding the present The key to successful investing isn’t predicting the future, its learning from the past and understanding the present.

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Currency fluctuations

Reducing the sudden ups and downs of investment over the long term The summer months are usually the only time when we think about different currencies and their values as we consider what money to take on our holidays. Where

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Retirement choices

How much time do you spend planning for retirement? The 2015 pension freedoms gave us greater flexibility over our retirement options, but the reforms have also made retirement choices much more complex. This means we need to start thinking about

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