Calls to ‘build back better’ after the Covid-19 pandemic don’t just apply to the UK economy. Families can use this moment to look at their own finances and take steps to put them on a more stable footing.
Many people lose track of accounts when they move house, misplace statements or even change computer and forget to update their login details. Tracing these assets can be complicated, particularly after banks or investment companies merge or rebrand.
As we pass the various one-year anniversaries around the Covid-19 pandemic, there are some useful lessons to draw for your financial planning.
With unemployment continuing to rise and the precarious state of the economy, it is more important than ever to build your own financial safety net.
In the first of our new series on pension saving throughout your life, we take a look at saving for retirement in your 20s and 30s.