Welcome to the fourth instalment of our good life gurus series. We talk to IFA’s Kathryn and Alan Knowles to find out how they got started with an exercise regime and how a healthy lifestyle helps them with work-life balance.
The need for a protection solution of this type is clear: with an aging UK population and the number of over 65s in the UK expected to grow by 40% over the next 17 years to over 16 million1, these shifts in the make-up of the population are expected to lead to a rise in […]
Psychologist and author of Resilient Me, Sam Owens, shares her key insights for facing work’s challenges and building resilience
Learn about our latest investment initiatives. You’ll also be able to watch BBC’s Andrew Marr give us his impartial take on the current UK political landscape, including Brexit.
Pensions minister Guy Opperman has promised that there will be a ‘substantial’ parliamentary bill in next year’s Queen’s Speech, that will act as a ‘roadmap’ for the long- term future of private pensions.
On 6 November 2018 the state pension age for both men and women in the UK was equalised for the very first time at age 65.
New research conducted by VitalityInvest shows that many of your clients share the same retirement dream, but will they have the health and wealth to fulfil them?
The FCA has set out its proposals for changes affecting the non-advised sale of drawdown products. These proposals give important insight into the FCA’s thinking, and some possible implications for the market for advised products too.
Already under pressure and faced with a seemingly inexorable rise in later-life conditions, VitalityLife’s Deepak Jobanputra thinks it’s time the protection sector offered the state a helping hand.
There are plenty of office parties and Christmas events going on at this time of year. But have no fear – you can still stay healthy while going out and enjoying yourself, with a little bit of planning!
This year’s Budget was delivered at a time of relative uncertainty, with Brexit looming on the horizon. That, and the fragile government majority, may have been contributing factors to the general absence of any pension-related changes in the Chancellor’s speech.
We’re all living longer – half the future generation born after 2036 is expected to live to 100*. But despite more of us saving for our retirement, and from a younger age, there’s still a lot of work to do if we want our time in retirement to be both financially and physically healthy – […]