21st June 2021
Pension scheme members now have to grapple with a multitude of risks which have become increasingly complex and uncertain.
1st June 2021
The Wealth at Work group has secured further investment from private equity house Aquiline Capital Partners to support its continued growth.
1st June 2021
The Wealth at Work group has secured further investment from private equity house Aquiline Capital Partners to support its continued growth.*
1st June 2021
Wealth at Work Group Limited (“Wealth at Work”), a UK-based specialist provider of workplace financial education, guidance and regulated financial advice for individuals, is pleased to announce...
27th April 2021
As announced in the Budget, the Lifetime Allowance (LTA) will remain at its current level of £1,073,100 until April 2026. It’s been predicted that an estimated 10,000 individuals with large pension pots will pay more than £22,000 extra in tax by 2024.
13th April 2021
Many employees are already paying 5% of their salary into their workplace pension through auto-enrolment, with an additional 3% employer contribution...
26th March 2021
WEALTH at work have provided an overview of some of the key areas that employees will need to understand if they are made redundant.
18th March 2021
Last year there were many scheme members who accessed their pension for the first time than perhaps would have in normal times. In fact, HMRC figures indicated a surge in early pension withdrawals in the over 55s, which is thought to be due to pressure on household income caused by the pandemic.
17th March 2021
Covid-19 has brought on many money worries which has had a direct effect on employee financial wellbeing, with many feeling greater levels of anxiety.
15th February 2021
In recognition of the demand on employers to support employees during the pandemic and beyond, WEALTH at work have launched a new online platform called the ‘Financial Healthcheck’.
11th February 2021
At times like these – when many households are surviving on a reduced income due to a reduction in salary or redundancy -– the need to protect employee financial wellbeing has never been more important.
9th February 2021
Latest figures from HMRC have revealed that 360,000 people withdrew from their defined contribution pensions throughout October, November and December 2020 which is a 10% increase on the same period last year.
4th February 2021
These uncertain times are often seen as a window of opportunity for scammers looking to prey on vulnerable individuals, with a recent report by Action Fraud finding that pension scams had become one of the most common types of fraud to occur last year. In fact, the FCA opened 24% more pension scam cases last year than in 2019.
3rd February 2021
2020 was certainly one of the most turbulent years on record and led to many more scheme members accessing their pension for the first time than perhaps would have in normal times.
1st February 2021
New figures from HMRC show 360,000 people withdrew from their defined contribution (DC) pensions throughout October, November and December 2020. This is a 10% increase on the same period last year from 327,000, and a 4% rise compared to the previous three months.