Inflation for pensioners will reach 7 per cent in 2008, more than double the estimated national inflation rate, according to Newcastle Building Society Equity Release Service.Its research predicts fuel and food will be the biggest contributors with fuel rising by 15 per cent and food by 12 per cent. The Government’s pensioner’s price index shows […]
Former Culture Secretary James Purnell has become the fifth Work and Pensions Secretary in three years following the resignation of Peter Hain.Hain quit the Cabinet last week after his late declaration of £103,000 in donations became the subject of a police investigation.Purnell was minister for pension reform before becoming Culture Secretary in Prime Minister Gordon […]
Hightree Financial Services employee Keith Galgut was a happy man last week after walking away with a Toyota Prius hybrid car courtesy of Schroders, which ran a competition last September to mark the launch of its climate change fund.
Holly Cassell, Assistant Manager of the top-performing Neptune UK Mid Cap Fund, discusses the potential near-term impact of Article 50 and the Brexit negotiations that she believes investors should pay most attention to. Read article here Important information Investment risks Neptune funds may have a high historic volatility rating and past performance is not a […]
Schroders and Lloyds Banking Group have joined forces for a financial planning and wealth management proposition for wealthy clients. The new business aims to address the “growing gap in the advice market” through a personalised, advice-led proposition. The partnership will bolster Schroders’ expansion into the UK wealth management market, while Lloyds says it will help develop […]
The gap between what women earn and save compared to men continues to grow according to Office for National Statistics figures released today. Analysis for young people aged 16 to 29 shows the level and growth of median annual earnings were generally lower for women than men whether they were degree or school-educated or had […]