The Week UKInterest rates: borrowing costs will not change – for nowThe Week UKThe Bank of England revealed the results of its latest annual 'stress tests', which assess the resilience of the largest lenders in the UK to a major financial shock, alongside the bi-annual review of its Financial Policy Committee of threats to the ...and more »
Flexi-drawdown is pensions freedom winnerFT AdviserData from Equifax Touchstone covers 90 per cent of the UK's largest life and pensions companies, showing that new investments (excluding transfers) across pension products, stands at £8.69bn for January to September 2015, compared with £5.56bn for the ...and more »
Pensions Institute predicts shrinking AE provider marketFT Adviser“Some will be bought wholesale by more competitive life companies, others will be sold-off piecemeal as a series of books of business, at this watershed in the long history of UK life companies, clarity of understanding of market conditions, together ...
Savers oblivious to pension basicsmoneyfacts.co.ukHow much do you know about your pension? Do you know what funds your scheme invests in, for example, or the performance of those funds? If research from The Share Centre is anything to go by, you may not be as familiar with the whole thing as you ...
Telegraph.co.ukHelp to Buy Isa: how it works and best ratesTelegraph.co.ukTelegraph Money has worked out it will take 55 months (just over four and a half years) for a first time buyer to save up the maximum £12,000, which will then be topped up by £3,000 from the Government. This is assuming the £1,000 initial amount is put ...Banks may pinch Help to Buy Isa tax break to boost profitsThis is Moneyall 30 news articles »