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Investment Sense View

Millennials see the importance of pensions, but more responsibility is needed

Millennials see the importance of pensions, but more responsibility is neededBorn between 1980 and 2000, the millennial generation has a wide range of stereotypes attached to it. Often considered entitled by older generations and trailblazers for the upcoming ‘Linkster’ generation (the first generation to be ...

We are recruiting: Financial services administrator

Join our teamAn opportunity has arisen for an experienced administrator to join our team. It is an office based, part time role. Hours: 7 hours per day, 3 or 4 days per week. There is some flexibility on exact hours and days Salary: Dependant on experience Holidays: 25 days ...

Bank of Mum & Dad helping to keep children afloat with ‘living inheritances’

Bank of Mum & Dad helping to keep children afloat with ‘living inheritances’It is well known that the ‘Bank of Mum & Dad’ has turned into one of the UK’s largest lenders, helping thousands of first-time buyers get on to the housing ladder. However, new ...

Why savers could be mistaken for ignoring Cash ISAs

Why savers could be mistaken for ignoring Cash ISAs Once a firm favourite among savers, new figures from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) suggest that the humble Cash ISA is being neglected. As interest rates remain low, the amount of money being paid into Cash ISAs has ...

Investment Sense News

Bank of Mum and Dad: No repayments necessary

Bank of Mum and Dad No repayments necessaryLess than a third of parents who plan to lend money to their children in the future expect to be repaid. According to research from Prudential, many parents are giving substantial amounts to their adult children, ...

Divorced women lose £5 billion in pension payments each year

Divorced women lose £5 billion in pension payments each yearThere is a correlation between being divorced and being less prepared for retirement, especially for women, research from Scottish Widows has shown. Whilst 12% of divorced men say they are unable to save anything ...

Older but not wiser: 47% of baby boomers will never seek financial advice

Older but not wiser 47% of baby boomers will never seek financial adviceAlmost half of 54-71-year-olds have no intention of seeking financial advice, according to research from Dunstan Thomas. Of course, choosing to seek financial advice is a personal decision and there are ...

Autumn Budget 2017: Were you a winner or a loser?

Autumn budget 2017 winnners and losers Every Budget has winners and losers; with some people faring better than others. So, how did you fare? Read on as we reveal whether you are a winner or a loser after Philip Hammond’s second Budget of 2017. Winner...