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Help: I’ve just started thinking about pension planning and I’m not sure where to start

I have only recently started thinking seriously about my retirement. However, I am paying the maximum I can into my employer?s pension to get matching contributions, and I also pay into my SIPP each month.I am 48 years old and am trying to figure out how much more I need to pay into my SIPP to retire. I have also built up investment ISAs and I have 10 years more to pay off the mortgage on my house

Virgin Wines uncorks news of ‘good’ Christmas trading and maintains profit guidance

Wine seller?s profitability significantly improvedConfident of a ?positive? 2024 performanceRecruiting new customers remains toughShares in Virgin Wines (VINO:AIM) bubbled up 1.1% to 38.4p after the direct-to-consumer online wine retailer uncorked news of a ?good? Christmas trading period and reiterated its guidance for the year to June 2024 guidance.The stock has soured more than 30% over one yea

Wall Street Week: Yields and jobs dominate, but Kellogg split puts investors off their Corn Flakes

US equity markets were firmly on the backfoot this week as bond yields moved relentlessly higher with 30-year bonds briefly breaching 5% for the first time since 2007. The cost of an average 30-year fixed rate mortgage touched 7.3% according to mortgage buyer Freddie Mac, the highest in a quarter of a century.Investors were given a brief respite on Wednesday (4 Oct) following a weaker than expecte

FTSE nudges higher as mixed company updates keep lid on gains ahead of Fed rates decision

Kingfisher and Hargreaves Lansdown bookended the FTSE 100 and typified a mixed day for corporate updates, keeping a lid on share price progress on the eve of the latest Federal Reserve interest rate decision.There were a slew of guidance cuts, with B&Q owner Kingfisher and fashion retailer Quiz among those cautioning on their outlooks. It was slightly sunnier at tour operator Tui, which backed gui

Can Next boost its slowing sales growth? Here's what to expect from its results

Retailer Next (NXT) has managed to eke out an impressive 20% share price gain in 2023 despite all the pressures on household budgets as it has continued to deliver sector-leading performance.Investors will be hoping for more of the same when it posts first-half results on 21 September. These numbers will have wider resonance as Next is seen as a bellwether for the retail sector. Unlike some of its
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