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Transfer incentives – gimmicks or guidance?

Swap ‘utility’, ‘broadband’, ‘bank’ or ‘gym’ for ‘pension’ and it would barely raise an eyebrow. Should pensions be different to the rest of the free market? — Will Aitken (@WillJAitken) November 12, 2021 Our pension savings have a status in … Continue reading

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Brexit- good for people’s pensions. Pensions -worse for Brexit Britain.

Contrary to the received idea, Brexit and its aftershock, the Bank of England’s QE statement , has been good for the pension in people’s pocket. Ok, we don’t have pensions in our pocket- but if we’re simply valuing our pension … Continue reading

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I’m nearly 55 – here’s what I’m doing for myself!

In this blog, I want to share with you my DIY approach to organising my finances as I approach 55. 55 has become an important year as it is the point when you move into what can best be called … Continue reading

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