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Number of UK savers grows as people seek long-term security

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Three quarters of people across the country are saving money, new research from Scottish Widows shows. The proportion of savers has increased to 74 per cent currently from 63 per cent in 2010, the research, based on the poll of 5,000 UK adults, found. The increase is chiefly thanks to the growing number of people [...]

Money worries impact daily lives of over 7M of Britons

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Around one in seven people (7.4 million) in the UK are so worried about money that they cannot sleep at night, according to a survey by StepChange Debt Charity.

Sorting out final affairs online is as important as offline

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Getting your final affairs in order is as important in the digital space as it is offline, experts from Saga Legal Services say.

Credit ratings are mystery for many Brits

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Half of adults in the UK are convinced their credit report is impeccable but have never actually checked it, new research from Experian reveals. The experts say there is wide-spread misconception about credit and many people misunderstand the factors that impact their credit rating. This could present some people with an unpleasant surprise when they [...]

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Demise of the final salary pension

With the news that John Lewis is to axe its final salary pension scheme, Ryan Smith spoke to independent financial advisor Gary Singh about how this could affect workers approaching retirement in the near future

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Are you aware of the pension changes?

April sees new pension rules come into play but make sure you understand exactly what you are doing or you could lose out. The Institute of Financial Planning explains why the pension changes make long-term financial planning more important than ever

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