There was a 'strong increase' in cash savings in July 2014 following the introduction of New Individual Savings Accounts (NISA), according to the British Bankers’ Association (BBA).
Nearly three quarters of people who began pension saving after the age of 31 wish they’d started earlier, according to a survey by the TopCashback website.
Less than a third (29%) of UK workers expect to stop working altogether after retirement, research by Aegon has found.
Almost 40% of people aren’t saving because they don't have enough disposable income each month, a survey by Lloyds Bank has revealed.
Nearly three quarters of financial advisers have seen an increase in clients considering blended pension solutions following the Budget, according to research by LV.
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