Nov 24, 2022
We’re living longer than we used to, meaning that most of us can look forward to around at least 20 years of retirement. But what does retirement look like to you? Rather than stopping work completely, it might mean working part-time, volunteering, or even starting up your own business!
In this month’s Pension...
Oct 26, 2022
According to The Money Charity, the average UK household debt in July 2022 was over £65,000, including secured debts like mortgages, along with unsecured debts such as credit cards. Since then, we’ve seen four different Chancellors, a ‘Mini-Budget’ and a major U-turn on some of those measures. All the while,
Sep 27, 2022
We’ve all got used to hearing the phrase ‘cost of living crisis’. Bills are rising and millions of us are anxious about where that might leave us. So, it’s fair to say the crisis isn’t just having an impact on our finances, it’s affecting our mental health too.
According to research from the Money and...
Jul 21, 2022
Survey data suggests that only 52% of seven to 17 year-olds believe they’re receiving a meaningful financial education. But with parents, guardians and caregivers already juggling so much, it can be difficult to ensure kids are learning enough about money in school and beyond.
According to the Money & Pensions...
Jun 20, 2022
Last year saw a 30% hike in swindlers’ profits compared to the year before. Now you might think you're too savvy to be caught out. But are you confident you know how to spot a scam?