Welcome to the October edition of your monthly news. Half term has been and gone and Will is back from paternity leave after welcoming his baby boy. We're now beginning to look ahead to Christmas and the new year.
First though, we'll be taking a look at; the importance of keeping your will up to date, the case for increasing pension contributions, the uncertain future for the triple lock, our thoughts on NSI's new one-year bonds and lastly the Spring budget cycle.
We hope you find the content informative and valuable. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions on the above. If there are any subjects or areas you'd like us to feature in the future, please let us know, as we're always open to feedback and suggestions.
The case for increasing pension contributions
A new think tank report highlights the need to increase pension contributions.
Intestacy limit breach delays uplift
A recent lapse in concentration from the Ministry of Justice illustrates how important keeping your Will updated can be.
Savings rates: don’t be caught in the numbers net
NSI launched two top of the savings league table one-year bonds, but they were quickly withdrawn from the market due to popular demand.
An uncertain future for the Triple Lock
State pension increases could be outpacing inflation next April, and there’s no guarantee of the Triple Lock surviving the next election.
A spring Budget cycle will resume shortly
The Chancellor has announced that he will issue an Autumn Statement on 22 November.