Gen Xers expected to face significant challenges in retirement
With many ‘Gen Xers’ (those born between 1965 and 1980) having entered the job market too late to benefit from final salary pensions, yet too early to benefit from schemes such as auto-enrolment, this group is expected to face significant challenges in retirement, if policymakers fail to respond urgently.
COVID-19 increases desire for sustainable investing for half of UK adults
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has prompted a desire to move into ethical and sustainable investing for more than half (51%) of advised UK adults, according to a new report. And while the trend is common across the generations, it’s Millennials who are leading the charge.
Pandemic threatens pushing over 50s into pension poverty
More than half (53%) of people in their 50s fear running out of money in retirement, as they have been the most likely to face job and income losses of any age group during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic (23%), according to a new report.
Providing an income or nest egg for your loved ones to enjoy, long after you are gone
The way that you decide to take your pension will affect what you can do with it when you pass away. While it’s not always easy to talk about, the way you eventually pass on your pension has the biggest impact on other people, so it will help talking to your spouse, children – or other people close to you, when you’re deciding how you take your pension savings.
It’s been nearly two years since the first novel coronavirus (COVID-19) case was detected. The economic impact of the pandemic has not been equally distributed amongst all adults and where inequalities existed before the pandemic these may have been widened or closed.
Easing of lockdowns boosts consumer confidence and unleashes pent-up demand
Understanding inflation is an important factor when it comes to your financial success. If you don’t factor inflation in when deciding where to put your money – whether that’s savings accounts or investing – you could find your wealth shrinks over the years.
Goals-based investing is an approach that aims to help people meet their personal and lifestyle goals, whatever they may be. If you do not know where you are going, how will you know when you get there? This is very true about financial goals.
Guarding against rising inflation eating away at your investments
Understanding inflation is an important factor when it comes to investing and your financial success. If you don’t factor inflation in when deciding where to put your money – whether that’s savings accounts or investing – you could find your wealth shrinks over the years.
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