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Retirement Strategy Leader: We need a cure for scammer disease

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First year-on-year deflation since records began

The consumer prices index has fallen year-on-year for first time since official records began in 1996. Office for National Statistics data show CPI fell by 0.1 per cent in the year to April 2015, compared to no change in the year to March 2015. It is the first year-on-year fall since 1960 based on comparable […]

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Tony Wickenden: A segmented approach to retirement planning

Almost everything you read around the new rules for retirement income planning talks of the inevitable expansion of a blended approach to investing. This, so the logic goes, is the response to managing the four key conflicting pressures at play for those looking to plan for their retirement: longevity, inflation, lack of flexibility and volatility. […]

Pete Matthew launches paid-for personal finance courses

Jacksons Wealth Management managing director Pete Matthew has launched a website offering paid-for courses on personal finance. Matthew set up financial education site MeaningfulMoney five years ago, which offers videos and podcasts. Its podcasts receive over 500 downloads per day. Matthew has today launched Meaningful University, which is initially offering a four-week online course on […]

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