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Archive for August, 2016

Scottish Friendly’s Calum Bennie talks BBC Radio Scotland, Radio Yorkshire and North Manchester FM about post-Brexit finance fears, the financially stretched Millennial generation and what grandparents can do to help their grandkids get on a financial footing. Have a listen below and let us know if you have any comments on the Disposable Income Index findings. Calum speaks to BBC Radio Scotland Calum speaks to…

Scottish Friendly’s latest Disposable Income Index (August 2016) reveals that while the amount of money that people, on average, have left each month after paying for the absolute essentials like housing, energy and water has increased slightly, from £1,000 to £1,024, people are still feeling hard-pushed financially. Our previous survey also showed a slight increase in disposable income in part due to low inflation and the…

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