UK National Living Wage Jumps 6.2% As Markets Suffer Worst Quarter Since 1987

UK National Living Wage Jumps 6.2% As Markets Suffer Worst Quarter Since 1987

National Living Wage Jumps 6.2%

The UK National Living Wage increases this week by more than three times the rate of inflation to £8.72 for people aged 25 and over. When the new rate was announced at the end of last year it was described by the government as “the biggest cash increase ever”. Meanwhile, the government’s coronavirus job retention scheme means employers can claim for 80% of wages in order to keep staff employed.

By Charles Kelly, Property Investor, Author of Yes, Money Can Buy You Happiness and creator of Money Tips Podcast.

In this Money Tips Podcast episode:

  1. National Living Wage rises to £8.72 per hour for workers aged 25 and over
  2. Stock markets continue falling after suffering the worst quarter since 1987
  3. Pension transfers could be delayed or blocked after FCA advisory
  4. Dividends cut or suspended by banks and blue-chip companies
  5. After interest cut, mortgages have gone up – if you can get one!
  6. Tax Year end looming – top up ISAs to claim tax free allowance
  7. Use your pension allowance and find your “lost” pensions
  8. 10 things you can do to thrive during Covid 19 isolation

Track down your “lost” pension scheme –

UK Government Business Support Helpline (England)
Telephone: 0300 456 3565 Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm

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