Is your work pension going to be enough to retire on?
Getting professional financial advice – and checking over your pension plans with an independent expert – could make a big difference to what you’re due when you retire.
What do you do with multiple pensions?
What do you do with multiple pensions? Here's the best approach for those who move jobs.
Planning and paying for your own funeral
It’s your wishes that should count most at your own send-off. The good news is that you can formalise your wishes, organise and even pay for your funeral while you’re still around.
How long would your savings last if you couldn’t work?
The average worker’s savings would only support them for 32 days, according to a survey which found that only a quarter had enough spare cash set aside to see them through a single week if they stopped earning.
Does everyone have to have a funeral?
In practice, most people do have a funeral. This is because the ceremony itself, along with a loving eulogy, is central to the mourning process and a time when people can comfort each other. A funeral can be an uplifting and warm way to remember their life.
Unravelling the mystery of financial advice
There’s no need to worry about making your money work hard for you: there are experts out there who can help.
Should you be saving for university?
You may want to set aside income yourself for your children's education - and the earlier you can start, the better, as it gives the savings time to grow.
Skegness gear up for SportsAid Week
A five-day static bike challenge by the team at our Skegness branch have raised more than £400 for SportsAid as we gear up for the charity’s second ‘SportsAid Week’.
Fundraising milestone marked by Framework
Since partnering with the charity, we have raised more than £50,000 to support its Skills Plus programme.
Teaching your children to save before they spend
Helping your children to manage their money from an early age will set them up with a key life skill for years to come. Those important childhood habits will stand them in good stead for when they really need that financial knowledge later in life.