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Pension’s dashboard comes with limitations. - 27th September 2016

The Treasury has recently announced its plans to build a pensions dashboard prototype which will let savers see all their pension pots in one place by March 2017.

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Decumulate, decumulate. - 9th September 2016

Maybe not as frightening as coming face to face with the Daleks but the problem of how employees access their defined contribution (DC) pension schemes…

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The suitability of robo advice at-retirement. - 5th September 2016

Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at work, joined a panel of experts for a round table discussion shedding some light on the suitability of robo advice at-retirement.

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How to be savvy with savings as a student. - 21st August 2016

Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at work, comments in The Express on how students need to learn key budgeting skills and should start by making a list of their monthly spending.

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90% of employers think that employees save more when workplace savings options are offered. - 16th August 2016

WEALTH at work recently carried out a poll and found that 90% of employers thought that employees save more when workplace savings options (such as workplace ISAs, SAYE/ SIP schemes and pensions) are offered.

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Top tips for employees to cut costs and boost savings. - 15th August 2016

WEALTH at work, a leading provider of financial education in the workplace, supported by guidance and advice, shares some of its top tips for employees wanting to cut their costs and to boost their savings:

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A one size fits all approach does not work at-retirement. - 9th August 2016

The problem of how employees access their defined contribution (DC) pension schemes to draw pension income i.e. ‘decumulate’ seems to be a growing issue in the pension’s industry.

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What employees can do to protect their maturing share schemes from tax. - 4th August 2016

Employees from many leading companies are benefiting from maturing Save As You Earn (SAYE) share schemes this year..

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A less taxing time for employees. - 26th July 2016

WEALTH at work looks at how employees can make the most of the savings options currently available to maximise income in retirement.

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Alternative workplace savings. - 25th July 2016

Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at work comments in the latest edition of Reward Magazine on whether alternative workplace savings are the answer for all savings needs.

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Knowing your audience. - 25th July 2016

Employers must think about the short, medium and long term needs of their workforce, says Jonathan Watts-Lay, director, WEALTH at work.

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WEALTH at work delivers award winning financial education to students. - 25th July 2016

WEALTH at work has delivered a brand new series of financial education workshops, specifically for students at The University of Lincoln.

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Would you trust a robot with your retirement? - 22nd July 2016

There is a lot of talk at the moment about robo advisers and whether they could be the answer for the increased number of people who now need advice at retirement.

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Best financial education strategy winners 2016. - 19th July 2016

iPSL has been announced as the winner of the ‘best financial education strategy’ and the ‘best strategy for making pay go further’ at the Reward Very Important Benefits Awards 2016.

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LISA should not be seen as a threat and could encourage employees to save. - 22nd June 2016

WEALTH at work poll found that 68% of employers thought that the Lifetime ISA is the start of the drift from pensions to ISAs in the workplace.

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