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Results 31-45 of 1919. Go to page: 1  2  3  4  5  6  ...  49  50  [pp51–128 omitted]
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Drawdown investors remain resilient despite market volatility
Drawdown investors remain resilient despite market volatility
Canada Life
21 Jan 2019 United Kingdom Annuities and Income Drawdown, Savings
According to research conducted by Canada Life, 33% of investors would not make changes to their drawdown investments no matter how much stock markets fell. Of the 67% who were concerned about the stock market, it would take a fall of 7.5% in a single day to make people worried enough to review their investment strategies and move their money.

More details are generally available exclusively to subscribers of Perspective, the electronic pensions legal & regulatory information and news service. To read the summary, subscribers should launch Perspective and navigate via the Table of Documents to PensionSurveys >> Jan 2019 or click here (this link will not work in all circumstances). For further information about Perspective click here.

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Revealed: Which generation saves most for their retirement?
Revealed: Which generation saves most for their retirement?
deVere Group
14 Jan 2019 WORLDWIDE Pensioners & Retirement, Savings
A survey conducted by the deVere Group has found that Generation Y "Millennials" aged between 24 and 38 years old are saving more towards their retirement than the next oldest generation of workers. According to the research, those in Generation Y who started seeking financial advice from deVere in 2018 put aside an average of 19% of their income towards their retirement, whilst members of Generation X (aged between 39 and 53 years old) saved 16% on average.

More details are generally available exclusively to subscribers of Perspective, the electronic pensions legal & regulatory information and news service. To read the summary, subscribers should launch Perspective and navigate via the Table of Documents to PensionSurveys >> Jan 2019 or click here (this link will not work in all circumstances). For further information about Perspective click here.

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2018 Pension Trends Survey Report - Securing the Future
Pension Trends Survey
Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA)
2 Jan 2019 United Kingdom Automatic Enrolment, Pensions Dashboard, Legislation, Pensioners & Retirement, Savings, State Pensions, Taxation
The ACA has published a report outlining the results of its 2018 Pension Trends Survey. The report is the final one in the series and revealed that 24% of employers believe the typical retirement age in their company is now above the age of 65. The findings also revealed that 88% of employers say the April 2018 increase in minimum automatic enrolment contributions did not impact negatively on scheme participation.

More details are generally available exclusively to subscribers of Perspective, the electronic pensions legal & regulatory information and news service. To read the summary, subscribers should launch Perspective and navigate via the Table of Documents to PensionSurveys >> Jan 2019 or click here (this link will not work in all circumstances). For further information about Perspective click here.

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As 'divorce month strikes', new research shows divorced women are 'pensions poor relations'
As 'divorce month strikes', new research shows divorced women are 'pensions poor relations'
Royal London
Jan 2019 United Kingdom Divorce, Pensioners & Retirement, Savings
Research from Royal London has found that divorced women are far behind their married counterparts in terms of pension and property wealth. According to the findings, women who eventually divorce end up with less than half the property wealth of married couples and less than one third of the average pension wealth.

More details are generally available exclusively to subscribers of Perspective, the electronic pensions legal & regulatory information and news service. To read the summary, subscribers should launch Perspective and navigate via the Table of Documents to PensionSurveys >> Jan 2019 or click here (this link will not work in all circumstances). For further information about Perspective click here.

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Pensions Buzz
Pensions Buzz
Professional Pensions
4 Dec 2018 United Kingdom Pensions Dashboard, Pension Protection Fund, Regulatory Bodies (excl. tPR), Savings
Professional Pensions has published the latest edition of Pensions Buzz, a weekly survey which monitors the attitudes and opinions of the industry. This edition's questions include:
  • Is the Department for Work and Pensions right to launch the dashboard on a voluntary participation basis?;
  • The DWP has said it expects the majority of schemes to be providing data to the dashboard by 2023. Do you believe this is feasible?;
  • The PPF Purple Book says the average recovery plan length is 7.8 years. Do you believe this is: too long; about right; or too short?;
  • Should saving into a pension be compulsory?; and
  • What should be the top priority for pensions in 2019?

More details are generally available exclusively to subscribers of Perspective, the electronic pensions legal & regulatory information and news service. To read the summary, subscribers should launch Perspective and navigate via the Table of Documents to PensionSurveys >> Dec 2018 or click here (this link will not work in all circumstances). For further information about Perspective click here.

251132874   Click here to contact the authors.
 
Majority of Brits support compulsory pension saving, says LCP research
Majority of Brits support compulsory pension saving
Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP) and YouGov
3 Dec 2018 United Kingdom Automatic Enrolment, Savings
According to research by Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP) and YouGov, 66% of British adults are in favour of compulsory pension saving. This figure increases for those aged over 55, with 78% supporting mandatory pension contributions.

More details are generally available exclusively to subscribers of Perspective, the electronic pensions legal & regulatory information and news service. To read the summary, subscribers should launch Perspective and navigate via the Table of Documents to PensionSurveys >> Dec 2018 or click here (this link will not work in all circumstances). For further information about Perspective click here.

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Should I Stay or Should I Go? Understanding Opt Out Behaviour
Should I Stay or Should I Go? Understanding Opt Out Behaviour
The People's Pension and State Street Global Advisors
Dec 2018 United Kingdom Administration, Automatic Enrolment, Savings
Research from Ignition House, sponsored by The People's Pension and State Street Global Advisors, has looked into the drivers behind the decision not to save in a workplace pension. The research involved in-depth discussions with 30 people aged 22 to 60 who had been offered a workplace pension and chosen not to join or had joined their workplace pension and then chosen to stop contributing. According to the findings, the prominent reasons for opting out of a workplace pension scheme include timing, and also concern that the current modest contribution rates would not generate a retirement pot big enough to make a difference to their lives.

More details are generally available exclusively to subscribers of Perspective, the electronic pensions legal & regulatory information and news service. To read the summary, subscribers should launch Perspective and navigate via the Table of Documents to PensionSurveys >> Dec 2018 or click here (this link will not work in all circumstances). For further information about Perspective click here.

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The Role of IRAs in US Households' Saving for Retirement, 2018
ICI Research Perspective
Investment Company Institute (ICI)
Dec 2018 United States Countries - US, Savings
The Investment Company Institute (ICI) has published research on the role of  individual retirement accounts (IRAs) in US households' saving for retirement. According to the findings, more than one third of US households owned IRAs in 2018, with traditional IRAs being the most common type of IRA owned.

More details are generally available exclusively to subscribers of Perspective, the electronic pensions legal & regulatory information and news service. To read the summary, subscribers should launch Perspective and navigate via the Table of Documents to PensionSurveys >> Dec 2018 or click here (this link will not work in all circumstances). For further information about Perspective click here.

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The ASFA Retirement Standard (September quarter 2018)
The ASFA Retirement Standard
Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA)
Dec 2018 Australia Countries - excl. European Union and US, Pensioners & Retirement, Savings
The Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA) has published updated figures which reveal that a couple aged around 65 looking to achieve a comfortable retirement needs to spend $60,843 a year, whilst those seeking a "modest" lifestyle would need to spend $39,666 a year.

More details are generally available exclusively to subscribers of Perspective, the electronic pensions legal & regulatory information and news service. To read the summary, subscribers should launch Perspective and navigate via the Table of Documents to PensionSurveys >> Dec 2018 or click here (this link will not work in all circumstances). For further information about Perspective click here.

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Living the dream? Aon DC and Financial Wellbeing Member Survey 2018
Aon DC and Financial Wellbeing Member Survey 2018
Aon
Dec 2018 United Kingdom Advisers, Savings, Scheme Design (inc. DB & DC)
Aon has published the results of its Aon DC and Financial Wellbeing Member Survey 2018, which highlights that people in mid-career, from 35 to 49 years of age, are the most likely to struggle when it comes to saving enough. The survey also showed that whilst 72% of all respondents said they feel confident about making financial decisions that affect their future, 59% feel they are not saving enough for their long-term needs.

More details are generally available exclusively to subscribers of Perspective, the electronic pensions legal & regulatory information and news service. To read the summary, subscribers should launch Perspective and navigate via the Table of Documents to PensionSurveys >> Dec 2018 or click here (this link will not work in all circumstances). For further information about Perspective click here.

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Pension Report: Retirement Reality
Pension Report: Retirement Reality
Aviva
28 Nov 2018 United Kingdom Pensioners & Retirement, Savings
Aviva's Retirement Reality report has revealed that 23% of working people think their retirement is likely to be a financial struggle and 31% believe they will only have enough money to get by. Only 12% of 46 to 55-year-olds believe they will have enough money to really enjoy themselves in retirement.

More details are generally available exclusively to subscribers of Perspective, the electronic pensions legal & regulatory information and news service. To read the summary, subscribers should launch Perspective and navigate via the Table of Documents to PensionSurveys >> Nov 2018 or click here (this link will not work in all circumstances). For further information about Perspective click here.

301130997   Click here to contact the authors.
 
Income Roulette
Income Roulette
LV=
28 Nov 2018 United Kingdom Pensioners & Retirement, Savings
According to LV='s Income Roulette report, 33% of people nearing retirement do not feel confident they will have enough funds to live on. Additionally, 28% of people expecting to retire within the next five years do not know how much they have in their pension fund and 42% of those who have already retired feel their financial situation has significantly worsened since doing so.

More details are generally available exclusively to subscribers of Perspective, the electronic pensions legal & regulatory information and news service. To read the summary, subscribers should launch Perspective and navigate via the Table of Documents to PensionSurveys >> Nov 2018 or click here (this link will not work in all circumstances). For further information about Perspective click here.

271130896   Click here to contact the authors.
 
Over-50s think they need a 500K windfall to make financial advice worthwhile
Over-50s think they need a 500K windfall to make financial advice worthwhile
The London Institute of Banking & Finance and Seven Investment Management (7IM)
26 Nov 2018 United Kingdom Advisers, Brexit, Investment - General, Savings
According to research by the London Institute of Banking & Finance (LIBF) and Seven Investment Management (7IM), only 53% of Britain's over-50s feel well prepared for retirement, with 38% worrying about it, but it would take a windfall of over half a million pounds before most would call in a financial adviser.

More details are generally available exclusively to subscribers of Perspective, the electronic pensions legal & regulatory information and news service. To read the summary, subscribers should launch Perspective and navigate via the Table of Documents to PensionSurveys >> Nov 2018 or click here (this link will not work in all circumstances). For further information about Perspective click here.

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New Lifetime ISA study calms auto-enrolment opt-out fears but exit penalty creates confusion
New Lifetime ISA study calms auto-enrolment opt-out fears but exit penalty creates confusion
AJ Bell
21 Nov 2018 United Kingdom Automatic Enrolment, Lifetime ISA, Savings, Scheme Issues & Trends
Research conducted by AJ Bell of 400 LISA customers has found that 56% are using the product to save for retirement, while about a third are saving for their first home. The survey also found that concerns about the impact of the LISA on auto-enrolment opt-outs are unfounded, with 78% of respondents saying that they are also saving into their workplace pension alongside their LISA, and only 3% of those not contributing to a workplace pension stating that they had opted-out to fund their LISA.

More details are generally available exclusively to subscribers of Perspective, the electronic pensions legal & regulatory information and news service. To read the summary, subscribers should launch Perspective and navigate via the Table of Documents to PensionSurveys >> Nov 2018 or click here (this link will not work in all circumstances). For further information about Perspective click here.

DA11299B5   Click here to contact the authors.
 
Funding the Future Life: The implications of a longer life
Funding the Future Life
Pensions Policy Institute (PPI)
20 Nov 2018 United Kingdom Annuities and Income Drawdown, Automatic Enrolment, Longevity, Part-time, Self-employed and Contract Workers, Pensioners & Retirement, Savings, State Pensions, Technology & Systems
The Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) has published a report entitled "Funding the Future Life", looking at how individuals might fund a long and healthy life. In the report, which is the second in its "The Future Life; the implications of a longer life" series, the PPI argues that greater flexibility is needed in the retirement landscape to reflect the move from a traditional three-stage life to a multi-stage life, as evidenced by its finding that 37% of 18-39 year olds would like to work part-time when they transition to retirement. It recommends four potential measures that could be taken by stakeholders including Government and providers to address socio-economic inequalities around living long and healthy lives, such as providing financial products that both facilitate saving for retirement and allow for withdrawals to be made to help with more immediate financial goals such as buying a house, starting a business or retraining.

More details are generally available exclusively to subscribers of Perspective, the electronic pensions legal & regulatory information and news service. To read the summary, subscribers should launch Perspective and navigate via the Table of Documents to PensionSurveys >> Nov 2018 or click here (this link will not work in all circumstances). For further information about Perspective click here.

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