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How to avoid losing your pension to scams. - 18th June 2020

The impact COVID-19 has had on pension savings and the fact that many household incomes are under extreme pressure means individuals are now at greater risk of falling for a scam.

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Knee jerk reactions during Covid-19 could cost pension savers. - 29th May 2020

Due to the global stock market volatility and the fact that household incomes are coming under extreme pressure, people aged 55 or over may be tempted to access their pension.

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How to reduce your outgoings when living on a reduced income. - 21st April 2020

The incomes of many households across the UK have been seriously impacted by the coronavirus. More than 9 million people are expected to be furloughed*, the self-employed who are eligible for help will not receive it until June, and some people are not eligible for any of this help including the recently self-employed.

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Top tips for retiring in turbulent times. - 31st March 2020

The turbulent markets we are experiencing at the moment are concerning for everyone, but especially for those who are in a defined contribution (DC) pension scheme and looking to retire.

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Budget commentary 2020. - 11th March 2020

“Get it done!” Rishi Sunak has delivered his first Budget as Chancellor of the Exchequer, pledging a £30bn package to help the UK economy respond to coronavirus and investment in the future; announcing investments in the roads, railways, digital networks and public services.

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Beginner’s Guide to Retirement Jargon. - 9th March 2020

Top ten commonly used jargon within the pension industry and what they actually mean.

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Should you be paying more into your pension? - 13th February 2020

Increasing pension payments by 1% of your salary could grow your pension pot by 25%. When it comes to finances, pensions are one area where saving a little more now can really make a big difference to your finances in the future.

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Top 10 tips if you’re retiring in 2020. - 19th December 2019

Many people use the New Year as an opportunity to review their finances and make plans for the year ahead. If you are planning to retire […]

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Season’s Greetings. - 17th December 2019

Best wishes over the festive season and for the year ahead.

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Top ten tips to avoid getting into debt this Christmas. - 19th November 2019

Christmas is an expensive time of year as the cost of presents, decorations, meals out and entertaining all add up. Individuals intend to spend £567 each at Christmas, with 46% planning to pay for it using credit cards, store cards and overdrafts.

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