MetLife has developed a calculator that shows how your pension savings compare to the national average, as well as giving an estimate for the age you will be able to retire. The 'Financial Fitness at Fifty' calculator was developed for the Uncertain Generation - those born between 1961 and 1981 that have complex financial needs and find it difficult to plan for retirement - in response to MetLife's study that found the average 50 year old Briton had only saved half the required amount to sustain a standard of living above the poverty line. Take a look at the financial fitness at fifty calculator here.
31 December 2012 marks the arrival of the new world of financial advice, where it will be more important than ever to show consumers the true value of advice. Before the New Year arrives, here are a few things to help make sure you are prepared;
Christmas is fast approaching and with so many exciting things to do and shopping to be done, it can be easy to over spend. According to our recent poll 54% will be using their disposable income to cover the cost of Christmas and only 8% have been saving through the year.
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The team at unbiased.co.uk would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and we look forward to helping you promote your business to consumers in 2013!
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