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LISA - a potential newcomer in the workplace

In 2017 some employers may introduce a Lifetime ISA (LISA) as a further savings choice in the workplace.

This ISA has the added benefit of...

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Lifetime ISA - a challenger to pensions?

The Chancellor announced a new ISA in the Budget yesterday, due to be introduced in April 2017 - the Lifetime ISA. This is targeted at...

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The benefits of getting engaged

Having the right employees who are engaged and productive is a continuing aim for all businesses. In times of difficult trading...

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Getting a bonus from your bonus

It's not everyone that gets access to a bonus, and as the name suggests, a bonus may not always be guaranteed and can often come as a...

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Understanding the cost of investments

Although often overlooked, the cost of investments including initial and exit charges, annual management fees and platform fees, can have...

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Still a need for financial education

Whilst there has been much more talk about pensions in the last 2 years, this research shows that there is still a fundamental lack of...

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Sharing in a company's success

Share benefits are a great way for individuals to build up capital, and schemes like this share incentive plan aim to align individual...

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Unlock the value in reward and benefits

Many employees don't understand the total value sitting in their benefits packages and more than that many don't understand how to make...

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The price of retirement

As we get older the burden of pensions and saving for retirement becomes an ever growing concern because we want to live comfortably and...

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ISA allowances - use them or lose them

An ISA is not an investment, it is really a tax allowance that can be used to shelter other investments from tax.

The industry of course...

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