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13 Aug 2012
Nearly three in four people who are not in a workplace pension say they do not put enough aside because they do not want to make the wrong decision about saving for retirement, according to results from a new survey by the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST).
08 Aug 2012
Investment in offices, shops and warehouses in the UK dropped to a new low in the three months to June as property values fell below those in Ireland last week, according to the latest index by IPD (Investment Property Databank) published on 1 August.
06 Aug 2012
As a result of automatic enrolment, private retirement income in the UK could rise almost two times by the time Britons that start work today become pensioners, research by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has shown. According to DWP's estimates, auto-enrolment could bring median…
01 Aug 2012
The uncertain banking system in Europe and Greece in particular has forced Greek investors to look for an alternative, with many cash-rich Greeks seeking security in the British property market, Greek daily Kathimerini English Edition reported on Saturday. The newspaper cited estate agents'…
30 Jul 2012
Pension saving among private sector employees in the UK has declined by 15% between 2007 and 2011, according to the Employers' Pension Provision Survey 2011, published by the Department for Work and Pensions last Thursday.
04 Jul 2012
UK individual savings accounts (ISAs) have slumped by around 25% to 30% over the last three months amid a deteriorating eurozone crisis and overall economic uncertainty. However, experts advise investors to remain calm and bide their time, the Daily Telegraph reports.
02 Jul 2012
Just three months before the launch of the automatic enrolment scheme that will see millions of UK workers join workforce pension schemes, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has announced that employers who fail to comply with the rules will be facing a fine of up to £10,000 a day.
28 Jun 2012
During the coming one to three years, a significant increase is expected in the number of medium-sized pension schemes in the UK that shift their focus towards Liability Driven Investment (LDI) strategies and away from investment in stocks, human resource solutions company Aon Hewitt said in a…