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29th November 2021
Six out of ten people (63%) think their financial knowledge is either excellent or above average, according to a new survey of working adults.
23rd November 2021
Christmas is an expensive time of year with the cost of presents, food and entertaining, and according to MoneyHelper, a quarter of us are worried about going into debt as a result of the festivities this year.
17th November 2021
New measures to protect pension savers and help stop scam transfers in their tracks will come into force on Tuesday 30 November. It will mean suspicious pension transfers can be stopped from ending up in the hands of a fraudster, as pension trustees and scheme managers get new powers to intervene.
22nd September 2021
Health and wealth issues are the top retirement concerns, according to a new survey of workers approaching retirement (age 50+).
17th August 2021
More than half of UK adults (51%) say that the pandemic has made them more conscious of the need to save more, with over a quarter (26%) saying it has made them recognise that they do not have enough savings, according to a new survey of working adults by WEALTH at work.
10th August 2021
New research from WEALTH at work has uncovered the varying impact the pandemic has had on retirement plans.
21st June 2021
WEALTH at work has conducted a survey with PMI to investigate the concerns Trustees have for their members in the run up to their retirement and what support provisions they have in place.
1st June 2021
Wealth at Work Group Limited is pleased to announce that it has agreed to investment from Aquiline Capital Partners, a private investment firm based in New York and London with $6.4 billion in assets under management.
27th April 2021
Someone aged 45, with a pension fund of £400,000 and a salary of £50,000, could have a pension fund of £1,381,000 by the time they retire at 65.