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Survey results reveal the fears Trustees have for members approaching retirement. - 21st June 2021

WEALTH at work has conducted a survey with PMI to investigate the concerns Trustees have for their members in the run up to their retirement and what support provisions they have in place.

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Wealth at Work Announces Investment from Aquiline Capital Partners. - 1st June 2021

Wealth at Work Group Limited is pleased to announce that it has agreed to investment from Aquiline Capital Partners, a private investment firm based in New York and London with $6.4 billion in assets under management.

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How to identify if you are at risk of a pension tax charge and what you can do. - 27th April 2021

Someone aged 45, with a pension fund of £400,000 and a salary of £50,000, could have a pension fund of £1,381,000 by the time they retire at 65.

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Saving an extra 1% of salary into pension can increase your pension pot by 25%. - 12th April 2021

Many people are already paying 5% of their salary into their workplace pension through auto-enrolment, with their employer contributing an additional 3%. However, they may not be aware that many employers are willing to match additional contributions up to certain limits, so they don’t take advantage of it.

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Number of people on payroll fallen by nearly 700,000 in last year. - 24th March 2021

Latest reports from The Office for National Statistics have indicated that in February 2021, the number of payroll employees had fallen by 693,000 over a 12 month period.

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Budget 2021. - 3rd March 2021

*Your Personal Allowance may be greater than £12,570 if you claim Marriage Allowance or you are eligible for the Blind Person’s Allowance.  Those earning more than [...]

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Budget commentary 2021. - 3rd March 2021

Despite the rumours, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, is keeping with the Conservative 2019 manifesto pledge not to raise the rates of income tax, VAT or national insurance.

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What NOT to do with your pension in 2021. - 11th 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.

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Pension scams rife almost one year on from when Covid-19 first struck. - 11th 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.

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Market Update – 10th February 2021. - 10th February 2021

Global equity markets continue to move higher given the potential reflation of the global economy – no doubt helped by the $1.9tr US fiscal stimulus package that is currently working its way through Congress, coupled with the better-than-expected company result session and the rapid rollout of coronavirus vaccines.

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