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Despite a reputation for squandering cash on smashed avocado and expensive coffees, Millennials are saving more of their income than the next oldest generation of workers, a new survey has revealed. 
As the last of the mince pies are eaten and the decorations all taken down, thoughts turn to what 2019 will bring for the SIPP market. While SIPPs received a lot of negative attention in 2018, advisers and their clients still see the benefits of investing in this tax efficient way.
The UK public expects the age at which they are entitled to receive the State Pension to increase to 70, a new survey has found.
New research from The Nottingham Building Society has revealed that 39% of retired people in the UK claim that they are having the best time of their lives since they stopped working.
Two thirds of British adults are in favour of mandatory pension contributions, according to new research.
So it was with bated breath that Chancellor Philip Hammond stood to deliver his November Budget speech. Rumours has been swirling for weeks that pensions could be hit with changes to taxation. It was suggested that this would be to pay towards the NHS deficit among other things. It was with great relief that when he sat down and we reviewed the actual Budget papers that this was all just speculation and there was little impact. This can only be a good thing as any meddling impacts the distrust that consumers have for the pensions system and makes it difficult for advisers to plan for the long term with clients. How many times have we heard that PCLS or tax-free cash as it is more commonly known will be scrapped? Every Budget for as long as I can remember.
Men and women will for the first time share the same state pension age of 65 from tomorrow (6 November 2018) marking a major pensions milestone set in train 25 years ago but critics say the change is far from fair to women.
There has been a flurry of corporate results in the last few months from SIPP providers that have shown an increase in revenue due to the increase in SIPPs being set up due to the large number of DB transfers to SIPPs.
A Yorkshire-based Chartered Financial Planner has gained Later Life Adviser Accreditation from the Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA).
The Embark Group has appointed several new executives in a move to “further strengthen” its capacity for organic expansion in the UK.
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