It’s never a bad time to save money into a retirement fund, however there are big changes coming to pensions in 2019, which you may want to read up on…
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We look through the key points from the Autumn Budget, with a focus on taxation, housing and welfare.
According to new figures, women are saving a larger percentage of their income into a pensions than men.
Millions of British workers will see their automatic pension contributions increase from April this year.
Is your small business prepared for auto-enrolment? Here's what you need to get in place ahead of your staging date...
What are the key points from the Autumn Statement and how will they affect you?
Since 2012, workplace automatic enrolment for pensions has resulted in 4.4 million new savers.
An increasing number of SMEs are being penalised for failing to comply with pension auto-enrolment.
From the 6th April, around 6 million workers will see a rise in their National Insurance costs.
Among the talk of compulsory maths lessons and fizzy drinks, there were a number of big announcements regarding taxes, savings and pensions in this year’s budget.
Low paid workers will be given a bonus of up to £1,200 if they pay into a Help to Save savings account.
The gender pay gap has changed very little in the last decade, but what is being done to balance this inequality?
Charles James MD, Dean Thorpe, recently spoke about pensions at the Taylor Bracewell seminar in Sheffield. On the agenda were auto-enrolment pensions and recent changes to pension flexibility.
A large supermarket chain has become the first of its kind to announce it will pay its employees the living wage in the UK, however some businesses may struggle to keep up with new living wage rules.
With the upcoming General Election, it may be time to think about your finances ahead of changes to current policies and legislation. As we get closer to the day, it is wise to read up on what a new government will mean for your savings and investments. With a hung parliament likely, some of the smaller parties may get chance to push through some of their policies which could come as a surprise to some.