As worries persist over preparations...
Those planning to retire this year can expect the highest average annual income for ten years, according to new research.
Another double-digit growth year
Pension freedoms and auto-enrolment have helped funds shrug off political and global uncertainties to end another year with double-digit growth.
Bank facing pressure for change
Private investors in Royal Bank of Scotland are to make a further attempt at establishing a shareholder committee at the company.
New course on finance
UK struggles with financial literacy The UK is in the midst of a financial knowledge gap, with just 38% of UK adults understanding the term ‘inflation’ according to a studyRead More
Warning for Finance Secretary
Raising the top rate of income tax from 45p to 50p may lead to a loss of revenue for the Scottish government, according to its chief economist.
Fall in deals may impact on Budget
Wealthy Scots are struggling to sell their homes, according to new data which may influence tax decisions in next week’s Scottish budget.
WASPI campaign pledge
Tory MPs have been accused of “duping” women fighting to re-instate their right to a state pension.
Older people seeking self-enjoyment
Baby boomers now in their 50s and 60s are saving money to go travelling rather than to leave money for their family, according to a survey.
Survey of 1,000 savers
Investors view rising inflation and low interest rates as more of a threat to their wealth than Brexit, according to a new survey.
Business expecting tax ris
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has dropped strong hints that the Scottish government will raise income tax in next month’s Budget.