Savers holding onto extra cash during the COVID-19 pandemic
Some savers are putting their hard-earned money at risk by holding too much on deposit. Savers holding onto extra cash during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic need to consider their long-term investment options, as new data shows the savings ratio for some people has increased during the pandemic.
Boosting future retirement savings
Young people are faced with a unique set of challenges when it comes to saving for retirement. One of these is perception. They can often think of their ‘future self’ as a different person and so may prefer holding on to their income for more immediate priorities, like a first home deposit, rather than saving for someone they perceive as a stranger.
Welcome to our latest issue. A return to how life was at the start of 2020 is some way off. Even now that lockdown restrictions are starting to be eased, coronavirus (COVID-19) will continue to affect our lives in many ways.
Those looking to pass on their pension fund received a boost when
the Government confirmed they’re following through on their
promise to scrap the current 55% tax charge on death. This means
the tax system will no longer penalise those who draw sensibly
on their pension fund, making pensions a very attractive wealth