What’s enough money to make you happy? £101,000 a year according to global survey – but Brits are content with £83,000
Felling malcontent with your financial lot? You are not alone.
Minimum HK$1.5m needed to be happy in Hong Kong, poll finds
Survey reports that Hongkongers need HK$1.5m a year to find contentment.
The more risk we take, the more we could lose
The poll of 733 UK investors, conducted by CoreData, found two-thirds believe “the more risk they take, the more they could lose.”
Pensions: Get your future savings sorted
Almost half (49%) of Brits are unsure whether they will opt out of auto-enrolment, the new workplace pension scheme the Government is forcing employers to offer staff.
Execution-only services set to triple in 2013
Thanks to technological advances, advisers can now run share portfolios for a fraction of the cost of buying a managed fund, Mr Scrivens said, which supports his argument that advisers should provide execution-only, non-advised services as part of their wider proposition.