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30 Dec 2015
A recent article on The Telegraph website suggests that 2016 could be the year that savings rates finally start to improve. After five years of investors seeing more than 50% of their interest incomes evaporate, the coming 12 months could see the factors that determine savings rates come together…
29 Dec 2015
Are you happy with the benefits package you receive from work? If the answer´s no, you´re not alone. According to new research by Benenden, just one in four employees are content with their staff benefits package. The survey, conducted by the healthcare services provider, revealed that a large…
23 Dec 2015
2015 was a big year for changes in pensions legislation, and there are some significant modifications due to emerge in 2016. The BT website recently summed up the forthcoming changes that savers should be aware of in the New Year. These include: 1. State pension reform
21 Dec 2015
Thousands of staff working for Morrisons supermarket have taken legal action against their employer for not taking sufficient measures to protect their personal data, This is Money reports.
16 Dec 2015
The government has confirmed that as of April 2017, pensioners will be able to sell their annuities for one lump sum, BBC News reports. The new legislation means that savers who have purchased an income for life along with their pension savings will be able have that deal reversed in just over…
14 Dec 2015
A new study has revealed that the Cycle to Work scheme is having a major positive impact on the health and wellbeing of employees across the UK, the Training Journal reports. According to a survey conducted by the Cycle to Work Alliance - a group made up of leading companies that provide the…
09 Dec 2015
In what the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) has called a “significant legal victory,” firefighters in the UK have won an ongoing dispute with the government about receiving pension payouts far less than what they had been contributing towards, The Guardian reports.
07 Dec 2015
The government has decided to expand the reporting requirements of gender pay gaps within UK companies to include large-scale public sector organisations and information about bonuses, the Employee Benefits website reports. The article notes that these adjustments to the regulations mean it…
02 Dec 2015
A new study has revealed that UK workers can expect the worst pensions of any major economy and the oldest retirement age of any other nation, The Guardian reports. According to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), once state and private pensions are combined the…