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Auto-enrolment and why we need to talk about how we talk about pensions

‘Harsh jolt’, ‘affordability crisis’, ‘warning’ – no, I’m not talking about Brexit. Just around the corner is another rise in the minimum pension contributions people must make through auto-enrolment. These are just some of the terms which were used when the same happened last year This arose through genuine concern rather than scaremongering as there

Scottish Budget 2018 – What it Means for Your People

Whilst Westminster was in turmoil yesterday, in Holyrood, Scottish Finance Secretary Derek Mackay laid out his plans for tax and spending for the year ahead in his Scottish Budget 2018 speech. What does this mean for your people resident in Scotland? Income Tax  Scottish residents will be able to earn more at lower rates of

Budget 2018: What to Expect from Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Budget

The chancellor Philip Hammond is busy preparing his Budget 2018 and we’re getting ready for it too here at Nudge. Ahead of his statement on Monday 29 October, we’ve rounded up what could be coming up. Click here to register for our webinar the morning after the budget to understand what actually happened and how

Ireland Budget 2019 – What’s Changing & How Will it Impact Your People?

Yesterday saw the beginning of budget season with the Ireland budget 2019 . There are many changes coming down the road that are likely to impact your people and their family’s finances, as well as the employee benefits that you will need to provide for them. The Nudge community in Ireland have received personalised ‘nudges’

Ireland 2019 Budget – What to Expect

Budget season is upon us, and here at Nudge, we’ve been keeping our eyes peeled and ears to the ground for all the changes that could be revealed this autumn. Kicking things off first is Ireland, where Budget 2019 is due to be unveiled on 9 October by minister of finance Paschal Donohoe. So, what

Financial Education for Children – What Does Good Look Like?

As exam season reaches its peak, we’re delighted to share a guest blog from our good friends at The Money Charity. Steph Hayter, who heads up their Young People programmes examines the current state of play of Financial Education for children and asks what skills and knowledge they should gain prior to entering further education

Webinar: 10 Tax Year Changes Impacting Your People

The 2018/19 tax year started on 6th April and brought lots of changes that will impact your people’s finances. Jeremy Beament, Co-Founder at Nudge, led a webinar to help you to understand: The 10 tax year changes that will most impact your people across areas as diverse as debt, everyday finances, student loans and pensions

Financial Wellbeing Article in The Times Features Nudge Research

Nudge appears in an article in the Times supplement today The article examines why the Financial Wellness market has exploded in recent years and how employers can take advantage of this and select the solution that is right for them and their people. It features our latest research, The Financial Wellness Playbook, and quotes our findings illustrating

Financial Wellness: What will Drive Demand in 2018?

Nudge Co-Founder Jeremy Beament Writes for HRZone Following the publication of The Financial Wellness Playbook 2018, Nudge Co-Founder, Jeremy Beament, was asked by HRZone to write a blog analysing the Financial Wellness trends that are driving the need for action from employers. As well as looking at how to build the business case for investment