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05 Dec 2016
A survey conducted by job website Indeed has revealed the top employers to work for in Britain, according to the people who work for them, This Is Money writes. The survey data consisted of reviews left by UK employees, which was then processed using an algorithm that took into account factors…
30 Nov 2016
Following the release of chancellor Phillip Hammond´s Autumn Statement, the Money Observer website recently spoke to a number of financial experts for their thoughts on the funds that investors and businesses should now invest in.
23 Nov 2016
Workers in the gig economy could face a retirement with no pension unless the government adapts their flagship pension policy, the Guardian reports.
21 Nov 2016
Chancellor of the Exchequer Phillip Hammond is expected to announce a so-called ‘tax raid´ on the employee benefit perks currently enjoyed by millions of workers, the Telegraph reports. As part of his autumn statement, due to be announced on the 23rd November 2016, the chancellor will reveal…
16 Nov 2016
New figures reveal that UK unemployment plummeted to an 11-year low in September this year, the BBC website reports. According to data from the Office for National Statistics, unemployment in the UK dropped by 37,000 in the three months leading up to September 2016, reaching 1.6 million.
02 Nov 2016
Pensioners are being advised to consult their National Insurance records after the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) admitted that thousands of people in the UK are currently being underpaid the state pension, the Daily Mail reports. The confusion has arisen due to incorrect information…
24 Oct 2016
Mothers whose babies are born prematurely are calling for an extension to their statutory maternity leave, BBC News reports. The current statutory maternity leave of 52 weeks kicks in the day after the baby is born. This is true whether the baby is born premature or full-term, meaning that some…
20 Oct 2016
New analysis of pensions savings in the UK, reported by the Financial Times, suggests that the amount of money savers are putting away is currently falling short of their needs by £11bn per year. According to the nationwide poll, conducted by YouGov and commissioned by consultancy Aon Hewitt,…
12 Oct 2016
Recently published analysis from the Office for Budget Responsibility suggests that former chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne´s pension reforms have left a £5 billion deficit in public finances, the Financial Times reports. During his time as chancellor, Osborne introduced a host of…