27th July 2022
The cost of living crisis shows no signs of abating, piling pressure on every type of household after inflation rose by 9.4% in the 12 months to June 2022.
25th July 2022
A survey of 2,000 UK adults was conducted by WEALTH at work, a leading financial wellbeing and retirement specialist. It asked people if there was anything they wish they had done differently when it comes to their finances, and what they wish they had known.
14th July 2022
The cost of living crisis is affecting many people. Pay rises are one option to help people cope, but this is not always possible, and even if it is, companies are unlikely to be able to keep up with rampant inflation.
12th July 2022
Over two fifths (42%) of UK adults say the increase in the cost of living has meant that they have reduced or stopped any regular savings.
6th July 2022
A fifth (21%) of individuals have experienced someone trying to scam them out of their money, savings or investments.
27th June 2022
Nearly half of UK adults (47%) say that financial worries impact their life and more than a quarter (26%) say that it makes them feel depressed and anxious, rising to more than a third (35%) of 35-54 year olds.
17th May 2022
Cryptocurrencies are rapidly gaining popularity amongst investors due to being advertised as ‘get rich quick’ investments. They have particularly increased in attractiveness since the pandemic, with many people feeling obliged to take on greater risks to compensate for the economic uncertainty and concerns caused by the rising cost of living.
11th May 2022
WEALTH at work has conducted a survey with the Pensions Management Institute to investigate the concerns pension Trustees (the people responsible for ensuring that a pension scheme is run properly) have have for their scheme members in the run up to their retirement and what support provisions they have in place.