Retirement & pensions | Hargreaves Lansdown
Hargreaves Lansdown’s Nathan Long discusses the dangers of giving up old pension contracts, nudges to help investors save more for retirement, and why £5,000 is a magic figure for getting employees interested in their pension pots.
Pension switching check list | Hargreaves Lansdown
Before switching out of an old pension contract into a new one look at the small print. You could be giving up a big guaranteed income for a much worse outcome. Hargreaves Lansdown senior pension analyst Nathan Long talks through what you need to do.
What happens to your pension if your employer goes bust?
Following House of Fraiser’s collapse and then buyout, now Debenhams looks like it might be in rocky territory. So what happens to your pension when the company you work for goes bust? Asset TV Investor caught up with Tom Selby to find out.
Pensions for children and other saving ideas
How is the best way to approach children's savings? Skinted Minted Mum Bloggers Jane Wallace and Charlotte Beugge discuss.
The what, why and how of pensions
Pensions, what is available and what are the tax breaks? Skinted Minted Mum Bloggers Charlotte Beugge and Jane Wallace discuss.
Pensions should be seen as a positive
Pension assets and liabilities - what is the state of the nation? Asset TV Investor caught up with former pensions minister Steve Webb to find out.
Not shy about retiring | Book Club
Former shadow pensions minister Gregg McClymont has co-authored a look at 15 pension systems around the world to see what lessons they have for the UK. He talks through his findings from Chile and Hong Kong to New Zealand and Denmark. So how does the UK stack up? And what lessons have the Swedes got to teach us?
The quiet revolution of auto enrolment
Increases in minimum contributions for automatic enrolment pensions will come into effect on April 6th. Asset TV Investor caught up with Alistair McQueen to find out more.
Is the state pension sustainable?
Nearly 13 million people receive the state pension but with the many challenges it faces, is this sustainable? Asset TV Investor asks Michael Johnson.
The Pensions Regulator and ITV dispute
Following the long-running pensions anti-avoidance dispute the Pensions Regulator and ITV are appearing at the Upper Tribunal this week. Asset TV Investor visited the Rolls Building where the hearing is taking place to find out more about the case and how it is proceeding.
Who has the top job for work and pensions?
Theresa May’s cabinet reshuffle has dominated headlines this week. A notable appointment is Esther McVey now secretary of state for work and pensions. Asset TV Investor looks at how well the news has been received.
Markets news: Brexit halt, weakened dollar and falling inflation
This week there was a call to halt Brexit from Article 50 draftsman John Kerr, as Brexit’s disastrous consequences become more apparent. Asset TV talks to Manulife economist Megan Greene about Brexit negotiations, low inflation and the White House’s inability to pass legislation.