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Are you paying enough into your pension for a comfortable retirement? Former Pensions Minister Steve Webb discusses the latest research.

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Share Radio Morning

Are you paying enough into your pension for a comfortable retirement? Former Pensions Minister Steve Webb discusses the latest research.
If you have hopes for an early retirement you might want to check how much you're contributing to your pension each month. New research suggests the minimum contributions may not be enough however there is some good news as even small extra contributions can make a big difference overtime. To talk through the figures Share Radio's Tom Hill spoke to Former Pensions Minister and Director of Policy at Royal London, Steve Webb.
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Tom Hill, Steve Webb


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Your Money, Your Future: Pension Annuity

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Your Money, Your Future

Your Money, Your Future: Pension Annuity
Before the pensions freedom came along in 2015, many people using a pensions pot bought an annuity. But since then many providers have stopped selling annuities, or will be fading them out in the future. But what does this mean for you? Joining Sarah in the studio are Alistair McQueen from Aviva, Michael Bousfield from independent financial advice firm Helm Godfrey and David Blake, the Director of the Pensions Institute.
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Alastair McQueen, Michael Bousfield, David Blake


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Sara Benwell, digital editor of Pensions Insight and Engaged Investor on The News Review 01/09/16

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Consuming Issues

Sara Benwell, digital editor of Pensions Insight and Engaged Investor on The News Review 01/09/16
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by digital editor of Pensions Insight and Engaged Investor Sara Benwell. Today they discuss the latest league tables of UK energy suppliers as well as the growing popularity of contactless payment. Plus could viewers be fined for using BBC iPlayer without a licence? All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Sara Benwell


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Your Money Your Future: Annuity Rates

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Your Money, Your Future

Your Money Your Future: Annuity Rates
It's been over a year since changes to the rules on pensions which meant that you don't have to buy an annuity - a product that converts a pension into a regular income. But for those who want that security of an income that's guaranteed for as long as they live, there's bad news as annuity rates have been falling. Sarah Pennells talks to Billy Burrows from William Burrows annuities and Andrew Tully from Retirement Advantage.
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Billy Burrows, Andrew T


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Women and Money: What's Changed for Women in 90 Years?

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Women & Money

Women and Money: What's Changed for Women in 90 Years?
Sarah Pennells looks at what's changed for women in the last 90 years. She's joined by Jane Moore, from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales; Fiona Tait, from Royal London, and employment lawyer at Slater and Gordon Jasmine van Loggerenberg. From maternity pay in the 1970s to today's debate on equal gender pay, Sarah and her guests analyse the changes that have occurred throughout history to improve women's working rights.
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Jane Moore, Fiona Tait, Jasmine van Loggerenberg


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Ask Sarah: Automatic Enrollment Pensions

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Ask Sarah

Ask Sarah: Automatic Enrollment Pensions
This week Sarah Pennells explores the issues revolving automatic enrolment pensions, the government's programme to encourage more people to save for their retirement through a workplace pension. While millions of people are being placed into their workplace pension, new research from pensions provider Aviva shows that one and a half million don't know what their money is invested in. Sarah is joined by Chris Daems, from Cervello Financial Planning, Ranila Ravi Burslem, from NEST, and Malcolm Goodwin from Aviva to discuss the topic.
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Chris Daems, Ranila Ravi Burslem, Malcolm Goodwin


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Women And Money: Choosing a Private Pension

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Women & Money

Women And Money: Choosing a Private Pension
If you're close to retirement, or thinking of setting up a pension pot, where do you start when it comes to choosing a private pension? Lorna Blythe, from Royal London, explains to Sarah Pennells what pensions are and how they work; Danisha Chada, a chartered and certified financial planner with Smith and Williamson, looks at how much help could a pension company give to its individual customers, Alan Chan, from IFS Wealth and Pensions, explains what the first steps are when taking out a pension for the first time.
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Lorna Blythe, Danisha Chada, Alan Chan


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Your Money, Your Future: Independent Pensions Report for Self-Employed

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Your Money, Your Future

Your Money, Your Future: Independent Pensions Report for Self-Employed
If you're self-employed and need to set up a pension, where do you start? Sarah Pennells looks at a recent report published by Royal London with former Pensions Minister Steve Webb, currently Director of Policy at pensions and life insurance provider Royal London. Paul Allington founder and head of The Code Guy, gives his own account of setting up his pension, while Claire Walsh, Chartered Financial Planner and Head of Advice at Unbiased, gives advice on how to set up a pension plan. Sarah discusses whether the new Lifetime ISA can also help people set their pension.
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Steve Webb, Paul Allington, Claire Walsh


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Women and Money: Moving In with a Partner

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Women & Money

Women and Money: Moving In with a Partner
An increasing number of people are choosing to live together, rather than get married or form a civil partnership. But, while it’s becoming more commonplace, the legal status of cohabiting couples remains something of a mystery to most of us. Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Mary Marvel of Advicenow and Law for Life, Paula Myers, a lawyer with Irwin Mitchell, and over the phone by Christine Webber, a writer, broadcaster and psychotherapist, to discuss the various different issues moving in with a partner can have, and how best to deal with them.
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Mary Marvel, Paula Myers, Christine Webber


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Women And Money: State Pension

Sarah Pennells (1)
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Women & Money

Women And Money: State Pension
With the state pension age changing, it can be tricky to find out how much you can get. Is it giving women a better deal? Malcolm McLean, a consultant with the actuary firm Barnett Waddingham, Harry Rose, the editor of WhichMoney, and John Shearer, from The Pensions Advisory Service, discuss whether the new state pension will affect carers. Sarah will also look at what are the changes for women who take time out of the workplace to bring up their children. She also speaks Lin Phillips from WASPI who are campaigning for the government to offer concessions to women caught out by these rises who didn't get enough notice.
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Malcolm Mclean, John Shearer, Harry Rose, Lin Phillips


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