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7 Views on Saving in the UK eBook
Save Our Savers is delighted to announce the launch of our brand new eBook, ’7 Views on Saving in the UK’.
As the Government withdraws public provision and puts even greater onus on individuals to provide for themselves. It is now imperative that the savings barriers and disincentives are dismantled – and people actively encouraged and enabled to save.
We have collaborated with 7 experts to bring you a no-nonsense view on some of the major issues facing savers in the UK today.
This ebook is now available in PDF for you to download free of charge today.
- Andy Burrows of Consumer Focus dispels the myth that those on low incomes cannot or do not want to save
- Mervyn Kohler of Age UK describes the difficulties facing elderly savers,
- Alan Pickering, who led a recent independent review of the UK pension system, looks to a future where retirement will be more of a process than an event
- Kevin Mountford of moneysupermarket.com explains how to go about saving money and getting the best deal for your savings in today’s economic climate
- Sylvia Morris, financial journalist, reviews the current state of the cash ISA
- Andrew Haldenby comments on the major political challenges politicians must overcome if they are to improve the level of saving in the UK
- Revd John Strain, spokesperson for Save Our Savers, looks at the moral and ethical side of saving
More importantly, in order for Save Our Savers to truly succeed in our mission to bring about fairer policies for the UK saver, please tell all your friends, family and colleagues about Save Our Savers and register your support by clicking here