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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

Top ten tips to avoid getting into debt this Christmas.

Top ten tips to avoid getting into debt this Christmas.

23rd November 2021

Christmas is an expensive time of year with the cost of presents, food and entertaining, and according to MoneyHelper, a quarter of individuals are worried about going into debt as a result of the festivities this year.

New measures to protect pension savers from scam transfers.

New measures to protect pension savers from scam transfers.

17th November 2021

New measures to protect pension savers and help stop scam transfers in their tracks will come into force on Tuesday 30 November. It will mean suspicious pension transfers can be stopped from ending up in the hands of a fraudster, as pension trustees and scheme managers get new powers to intervene.

Safeguarding pensions and stopping scammers.

Safeguarding pensions and stopping scammers.

29th October 2021

Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at work, joined Professional Pensions in a webinar which looked at the challenges members face from both pension scams, inappropriate advice and poor decision making.