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20 Apr 2017 New dashboard will help savers track their pension pots

A new ‘pensions dashboard´ due to launch in 2019 will enable people to see all their pension savings in one place. It will bring together data from companies that run pension schemes, such as employers and insurance providers, as well as the Department for Work and Pensions. The...

12 Apr 2017 Venture capital investment in UK startups on the rise, despite Brexit fears

New figures suggest that Britain is shaking off concerns over the Brexit vote, as the economy is enjoying a rise in investment from venture capitalists, City A.M reports. According to KPMG´s quarterly Venture Pulse report, more than USD1bn (GBP804mn) was invested in British tech s...

05 Apr 2017 Ros Altmann: DIY pensions not cause for concern

Despite concerns about the rising popularity of self-invested personal pensions (Sipps), former pensions minister and Labour pensions spokesperson Ros Altmann says this may not be a bad thing, the FT Adviser reports. According to new research by fintech firm Origo, since the pension ref...

29 Mar 2017 Three strong UK shares for 2017 income investment

Writing for the What Investment website, Hargreaves Lansdown senior analyst Laith Khalif revealed the three best UK shares for income investors to put into their ISAs in 2017. In terms of the income investing outlook as a whole, Khalif noted that it has become “increasingly difficult ...

22 Mar 2017 One in seven will retire this year with no pension

New research claims that one in seven people retiring this year have not adequately prepared their finances for retirement, the FT Adviser writes. According to Prudential´s tenth annual retirement report, too many people nearing retirement have not saved enough - or any - money in...

15 Mar 2017 One in four families have just £95 in savings

New research has revealed that around one in four families in the UK have just £95 in their savings and investments accounts, as the gap between low and high earners widens, CityAM writes. According to a new study by Aviva, the savings gap between low- and high-income families in the U...

08 Mar 2017 Rate increases on fixed-rate bonds bring small hope to savers

Savers have finally received some positive news as newer banks increase their rates on fixed-rate bonds, This Is Money reports. While the increases are only small, they are higher than at any time during the past ten months, which is likely to come as welcome news. Atom Bank has...

01 Mar 2017 MPS: Keeping triple lock could push pension age above 70

A group of MPs has warned that continuing with the triple lock pension legislation could push the state pension age (SPA) above 70, meaning that some people may not even live long enough to start receiving it, City Wire has reported. According to a report released by the work and pensio...

22 Feb 2017 Cash ISA rates fall as savers look to use their allowance before tax year ends

As the end of the tax year approaches, ISA owners have just weeks left to use their allowance. This is Money shares some advice for would-be savers looking to cash in before the deadline. The current rules allow for individuals to put up to £15,240 into a cash ISA before April 6th in o...

15 Feb 2017 Common mistake could leave millions of pensions in peril

A new report published this week raises serious questions about the longevity of millions of people´s pensions, as it was revealed that a significant number of pensions ran the risk of running out all together before retirement, all due to people following an inaccurate rule. Aego...

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