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6 bad habits to avoid during retirement

Welcome to our May newsletter, With Spring in full swing, let’s enjoy some fun facts about May before heading into the monthly news: the month launches with May Day, celebrated in England for over 2,000 years and traditionally involving morris dancing, crowning a May Queen and dancing around a maypole. In 1545, a 100 [...]

2019-07-09T14:11:56+01:00May 1st, 2019|Latest News|

Is it time to cut out the jargon from pensions?

Welcome to our April Newsletter. Easter is upon us! To celebrate, here are not one but two fun facts about the holiday. First, the art of painting eggs originates from Ukraine and is called pysanka. Second, the tallest chocolate Easter egg ever was made in Italy in 2011; at 34 feet tall and weighing [...]

2019-07-09T14:05:41+01:00April 1st, 2019|Latest News|

Love yourself, love your finances

Welcome to our February newsletter. Following on from last month’s introduction, if you’re still persevering with a New Year’s resolution, an extra special congratulations to you. And if you’re one of the many people trying vegan, you may be interested to know that one of the old English names for February is kale-Monath (cabbage [...]

2019-07-09T13:58:51+01:00February 1st, 2019|Latest News|

What financial wellbeing means for your health

The latest Financial Wellness Index has revealed that people with very little savings and those who are struggling to pay their bills are also those who are suffering from poor health. Conversely, those enjoying good health are more likely to experience a higher level of financial wellness. The findings raise the question of whether working [...]

2017-08-16T12:08:36+01:00August 16th, 2017|Latest News|

The new pensions minister’s savings tips!

Richard Harrington, who was made pensions secretary by Theresa May soon after she assumed office as Prime Minister in July last year, recently wrote an article for This Is Money divulging his spending tips for 2017. It’s a piece littered with what could be called ‘financial advice’, so what does the new minister recommend we [...]

2017-07-10T15:54:20+01:00July 10th, 2017|Latest News|