6 Questions to Ask When Switching Banks

We all know that if we want the best deals, at the lowest price, it’s good practice to change service providers.

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Why You Could Be Losing £650 a Year for Your Pensions

We all know the importance of saving for our pensions – but it turns out that we could be missing out on £650 a year, simply because we’re not aware of how employee pension contributions work.

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What Pensions Can the Self-Employed Receive?

The heavily publicised ‘gig economy’, powered by the internet, has forced those classing themselves as self-employed to sky-rocket in recent years – indeed, the current estimate is that over 4 million are working for themselves.

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Revealed: How Much We Need to Feel Wealthy

Revealed: How Much We Need to Feel Wealthy

Do you feel wealthy? Just as with every General Election, there’s been a lot of talk recently about what it means to be wealthy.

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How to Make a Personal Budget Spreadsheet

It’s not as daunting as it seems!

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What to Do If You Have a Financial Complaint

What to Do If You Have a Financial Complaint

With the Financial Times reporting that 2016 saw a spike of over 3million complaints against UK finance groups, today we’re looking at what to do if you have an issue to raise.

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Even the FCA is Worried About Rising Personal Debt

Even the FCA is Worried About Rising Personal Debt

Personal debt is spiralling out of control. At least, that seems to be the view of the Financial Conduct Authority, who are considering bringing the sector under its purview in an effort to protect customers.

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Post Office Banking: The Advantages and Disadvantages

Post Office Banking: The Advantages and Disadvantages

With 53% of UK bank branches closing between 1989 and 2016, some banking customers have started seeking alternatives to traditional banking – from managing finances exclusively online to saving their money at home.

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Financial Outlook Worst in 4 Years, Say UK Households

A new report from financial data company Markit suggests our financial outlook is at its lowest point since 2013.

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4 Ways to Spot a Tampered ATM

Cashpoint tampering hit the new again this week, as the Metropolitan Police revealed that several ATMs in the capital city have been found to hide miniature cameras that capture a user’s PIN number.

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National Insurance Hike: What’s It All About?

Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Budget 2017 dominated the news cycle – for all the wrong reasons.

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New Pound Coin Could Cost Britain £1.1bn - British 12 sided pound coin - Image via Flickr - By mwmbwls

New Pound Coin Could Cost Britain £1.1bn

Britain could be set to lose £1.1bn in small change when the existing pound coins are withdrawn from circulation.

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Revealed: UK is the Worst European Country to Retire In

Revealed: UK is the Worst European Country to Retire

A new survey has revealed exactly what we feared: If you’re planning to retire, doing so in the UK is the worst country in Europe to do so.

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Important Things to Consider Before Buying a Used Car

Important Things to Consider Before Buying a Used Car

Buying a used car can save you a substantial amount of money, but it also comes with a lot of risk.

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Would £2,000 help you to #DoWhatYouLove?

Would £2,000 help you to #DoWhatYouLove?

If you won £2000 would you make one of your dreams come true, or would you use it to put your finances in order?

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Stock Markets Around the World - London Stock Exchange

Stock Markets Around the World

There are many stock markets around the globe and while the United States still has the largest exchange in the world, global stock markets outside the US and Europe, have grown significantly and continue to grow.

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Are You Ready for the Cash Machine Revolution?

Thanks to advances in technology, cash machines are about to get a whole lot smarter – and that can only be a good thing.

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Teaching Your Kids That Money Matters

Teaching Your Kids That Money Matters

At Key Retirement we believe that teaching our families that money matters from an early age helps to ensure that they live a financially smart lifestyle.

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