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Scottish Widows has launched ‘drip-feed drawdown’, a phased retirement income capability, which is available through its retirement account
A single flat-rate of tax relief could help boost self-employed pensions and see 75 per cent of pension savers better off, the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) has said
For the first two months of 2018, consumer spending saw the strongest reduction for the opening of a year since 2012, a trend that is looking likely to continue going forward, according to Visa’s UK Consumer Spending Index
Millions of pounds from dormant bank accounts are being invested in a pioneering fund aimed at lending to socially or environmentally friendly projects with no access to public markets
Investors that are remaining in cash long-term risk poor returns and a loss in purchasing power, compared to investing in the stock market, according to research conducted by Royal London
Only 35% of working consumers believe that they have seen an increase in their household income over the past 12 months, according to the latest Lloyds Bank Spending Power Report
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Housing prices in the UK have grown by 4.9% since January 2017, according to the UK housing pricing index (HPI), with Scotland and the East Midlands seeing the largest growth at 7.3%
Signs are emerging that the Treasury is considering the withdrawal of 1ps, 2ps and the £50 note
HM Treasury forecasts that it will benefit from an additional £5.1bn in a ‘bonus’ tax take by April 2019 as a result of the pension freedoms policy of 2015
The pensions and asset management industry has been "tarred with the brush of the financial services industry", leading to a lack of trust among the public, SCM Direct co-founder and transparency and ethics activist Gina Miller has claimed
Total pension liabilities of the UK rose by just over £1trn, to £7.6trn, between 2010 and 2015, latest figures published by the ONS have shown
Three warnings have been issued around the failure to meet the LISA transfer deadline
The former financial director of Carillion, Richard Adams, "dumped" all of his shares in the outsourcing firm for £776,000, just a few months before its share price tanked, it has been revealed
The finance director of Carillion, Richard Adam, thought funding the firm’s pension schemes was a “waste of money”, it has emerged

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