Pension scam victims lose £91,000 each

Victims of pension fraud lost an average of £91,000 each in 2017, research by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and The Pensions Regulator has revealed. The two regulators are urging members of the public to be wary of unexpected offers about their pension, and...

Older workers ‘feel unsupported’ by employers

More than two-fifths of older workers don't feel supported by their employers when it comes to their career aspirations, according to research. Aviva surveyed 2,497 adults and found that 63% of employed over-50s are planning to retire later than they expected to 10...

Higher education ‘crucial to addressing skills gap’

Business owners face increasing competition to secure highly-skilled graduates, according to research by Universities UK. The report found that while 440,000 new professional-level jobs were created in 2016, there were only 316,690 first-degree graduates in the UK,...

Early-30s delay milestones due to financial insecurity

People in their early 30s are delaying life milestones because of financial insecurity, research by LV= has revealed. The study of 8,529 adults found that 24% of 30 to 35-year-olds are worried about the financial impact of milestones, such as having children or buying...

Most workers favour flexible retirement

The majority of people working in the UK would prefer to take a flexible approach to retirement, rather than stopping work at state pension age. Research by Aegon found that 61% of UK workers expect to make some kind of transition to retirement, whether that's working...
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