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Millennials drive savings rush while baby boomers lag behind

Ahead of the new tax year, new research from investment service provider Willis Owen reveals that young people are more likely than any other group to save and invest in the next year.

24 Mar 2015 Read More

‘Power to Switch’ Campaign Benefits 130,000 Households

Just a month after the introduction of the ‘Power to Switch’ campaign, 130,000 households in England, Scotland and Wales have saved over £38 million by switching energy providers.

24 Mar 2015 Read More

Average UK household debt will be £10,000 in 2016

The accountancy company PricewaterhouseCoopers have released data showing that by the end of 2016, the average UK home will have unsecure debt amounting to £10,000.

24 Mar 2015 Read More

Pensioners Not Yet Able to Book Advice Sessions

Huge numbers of pensioners are not yet able to book advice sessions that will aim to enhance their understanding of the imminent alterations to pension schemes.

24 Mar 2015 Read More

Invest in Pension When Young

It has been shown that those who invest in their pension scheme from an early age, when they are in their 30s and 40s, benefit exponentially when they eventually retire.

20 Mar 2015 Read More

Reforms Increase Complexity of Pensions

In the budget of 2014, the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne declared his intention to enhance the flexibility of pension schemes by introducing legislation meaning people were not beholden to purchasing an annuity.

20 Mar 2015 Read More

Average Price for UK Home Nearing Peak

In a report conducted by Rightmove, it has been revealed that the average price for a home in the United Kingdom is just £30 short of the all-time record amount.

19 Mar 2015 Read More

Rural Drivers Get Fuel Rebate of 5p-per-litre

The European Union have approved a fuel rebate of 5p-per-litre for motorists in rural areas who are enduring the steep cost of petrol.

18 Mar 2015 Read More

3% Increase on the National Minimum Wage

In October 2015, the national minimum wage is going to rise by 3% which is effectively 20p for each hour, after an announcement from the government revealed this plan.

17 Mar 2015 Read More

Older Workers Generate Jobs for the Young

A recent report has revealed that when people over the age of 50 stay in employment they generate more jobs for younger people.

17 Mar 2015 Read More

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