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Head Office
5 Temple Square
Temple Street
Liverpool
L2 5RH


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Bristol office
Level 1
Bull Wharf
Redcliff Street
Bristol
BS1 6QR

WEALTH at work and my wealth are trading names of Wealth at Work Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and is a member of the Wealth at Work group of companies. Registered in England and Wales No.05225819. Registered Office: 5 Temple Square, Temple Street, Liverpool L2 5RH. Telephone calls may be recorded and monitored for training and record-keeping purposes.

Latest News

Employees may not realise how affordable retirement could be for them.

Employees may not realise how affordable retirement could be for them.

14th October 2020

Many employees are concerned about whether they can actually afford to retire without really realising that they may not need as much as they think.

Enabling employees to retire healthy and happy at the University of Lincoln.

Enabling employees to retire healthy and happy at the University of Lincoln.

12th October 2020

Kath Sinclair, Corporate Relationship Manager from, WEALTH at work, joined Ian Hodson of the University of Lincoln at REBA’s Employee Wellbeing Congress to look at how the university enables its employees to retire healthy and happy.

Are your employees facing a reduced household income?

Are your employees facing a reduced household income?

6th October 2020

WEALTH at work has outlined some ideas covered in their financial education online seminars on how employees can manage their finances should they be facing a reduced income through redundancy or a change in their salary or because their overall household income has fallen due to a partner suffering lost income.