For example; financial education services cover everything from debt and money management through to optimising employer sponsored benefits and retirement. This can be delivered face-to-face or online and utilises digital nudge technology to encourage employee engagement and participation. A telephone helpline is also provided following this.
Support is also provided through the creation of digital content such as webcasts, animations and interactive tools including the Financial Healthcheck.
All our interactions are measured and can be benchmarked against the industry standard to fully understand the impact. This is of particular importance when meeting financial wellbeing objectives.
Financial guidance services provide one-to-one support on a range of financial subjects which can be accessed face-to-face, via telephone or a virtual call.
As well as this, we provide regulated financial advice supporting those who need specific recommendations regarding their savings and investments, including those who need to make important decisions about their retirement income options. This service also supports those in retirement who may need to adapt their retirement planning in line with their changing needs.
In addition, we also have broad experience in a number of specific projects where we support employees in financial decision making, including; defined benefit pension closures; the introduction of pension changes such as the implementation of a new scheme, share scheme programmes and offering financial helplines to EAP providers. Our services also cover specialist topics including; lifetime allowance, annual allowance and help with redundancy plans.
We can help you by creating a programme tailored to your needs.
8th December 2021
As announced in April's Budget, the Lifetime Allowance (LTA) will be frozen at its current level of £1,073,100 until April 2026. Latest reports have suggested that as a direct result of the freezing of the LTA, more than 1.6 million pension savers are set to reach the limit and will be hit with a tax charge of 55% in retirement.
29th November 2021
Six out of ten people (63%) think their financial knowledge is either excellent or above average, according to a new survey of working adults.