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The winners and losers of the new Tax-Free Childcare system. - 16th August 2017

WEALTH at work, a leading provider of financial education, guidance and advice in the workplace, have outlined below examples of the ‘winner and losers’ of the new Tax-Free Childcare system.

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How to help employees protect their maturing share schemes from tax. - 8th August 2017

WEALTH at work works with many employers to offer financial education to their employees to help them understand the opportunities available to them.

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University of Lincoln – Financial education for employees. - 1st August 2017

Ian Hodson, Head of Reward, University of Lincoln, sits down with WEALTH at work to discuss the financial education programmes they have in place for their employers.

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Saving more now could make a real difference. - 21st July 2017

Following the recommendation by John Cridland, the government has confirmed it will raise the State Pension age from 67 to 68 between 2037 and 2039, seven years ahead of the date range originally planned.

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FCA findings reflect a continued lack of understanding around new pension rules. - 19th July 2017

Over half (53%) of retirees who accessed their defined contribution pensions chose to withdraw their entire pension pots, according to the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) interim findings of its ‘Retirement Outcomes Review’.

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WEALTH at work equipping the next generation of professionals with the skills to thrive in the workplace. - 13th July 2017

Kate Wills, a student at the University of Lincoln has recently completed a three year sponsored scholarship programme at WEALTH at work.

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How income drawdown can be utilised to create a tax efficient retirement income. - 7th July 2017

WEALTH at work has created three fictional case studies to help employees considering income drawdown understand how they can utilise all their savings to create the most tax efficient retirement income.

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A case study on the University of Lincoln: financial education designed for employees. - 5th July 2017

Ian Hodson, Head of Reward, University of Lincoln, sits down with WEALTH at work to discuss the financial education programmes they have in place for their employers

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How employees could avoid losing their pension to scams and fraudsters. - 23rd June 2017

WEALTH at work, a leading provider of financial education, guidance and advice in the workplace, shares their top tips on how employees could avoid losing their pension to scams and fraudsters.

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Is it a good idea for employees to transfer out of a defined benefit scheme? - 22nd June 2017

Since the pension changes we have seen a rise in employees wanting to transfer their defined benefit (DB) pension scheme into defined contribution (DC) pensions, so that they can also benefit from the pension freedoms.

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The importance of supporting employees. - 15th June 2017

Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at work, discusses the importance of supporting employees with adequate financial education and advice in the workplace.

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Ask the expert. - 15th June 2017

Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at work, speaks to People’s Friend magazine.

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Guidance vs advice in the new world of freedom and choice. - 15th June 2017

The pension freedoms changed the face of retirement income options for many members of defined contribution (DC) schemes.

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How planning for retirement can be a birthday present employees won’t forget. - 12th June 2017

Thomson Reuters recognise that there is a need to help employees plan for retirement and have partnered with WEALTH at work to deliver financial education programmes to their workforce.

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The results are in – pension polices stuck in limbo. - 9th June 2017

The results for the UK general election have been announced. Despite failing to win a majority, the Conservatives have secured support from the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) and will remain in power.

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