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Ellie Bridger
Pension reformation benefits feature
07
Apr

George Osborne: New State Pension Reformation Benefits Women and the Self-Employed

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has said that the changes made to the new State Pension that went active on the 6th of April 2016 are going to benefit women and the self-employed greatly. With up to “3 million better off by 2030”. Although some analysts say it will be less generous to retirees...
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07
Apr

World Health Day: Diabetes Awareness

The World Health Organisation’s annual World Health Day falls on the Organization’s birthday: Thursday 7th April 2016. The theme this year will be diabetes which directly impacts the lives of millions of people worldwide. The chronic, metabolic disease causes the person to have elevated levels of blood glucose which can lead to serious damage to...
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06
Apr

New State Pension Reforms: Are You Eligible?

Women’s entitlement to their State Pension has been under pension reforms over the past few years. The reformations to the pension include the age of entitlement and the quantity of National Insurance credits. In 2016 there will be more changes to women’s pensions. The State Pension age has been reformed – it is no longer...
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05
Apr

Red Cross Week: Raise Money in Red Shoes

Stroll around Cambridge, London or Bristol in a charity walk. Take part in the exclusive annual Red Cross ‘Red Shoe’ Walks here. There will be three money-raising walks in three locations: London, Cambridge and Bristol. The Walk in London begins and ends at the British Red Cross Office, Moorgate, EC2Y 9AL on Saturday 7th May...
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