Here's our pick of what clients will have read in the weekend's newspapers…
The state pension changes will mean the majority of women will be better off, the Mail on Sunday reports. But for a group of women born between April 1953 and July 1953, a "double whammy" of policy changes could see them lose out. Two changes to the state pension age means those in the group may have to longer for their pension than they were originally told, as well as retiring with an inferior deal.
More than half of fund managers currently lag behind the FTSE 100, the Sunday Times reports. The FTSE 100 is up 19% since the start of June last year. But more than half (54%) of the 263 funds in the UK All Companies sector produced lower returns.
Banks make an average of £139 a year on each current account, according to the Telegraph. The Office of Fair Trading said that while overdraft charges had fallen, they remained too complex. The OFT's chief executive said current accounts "are still not serving consumers as well as they should".
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Bestinvest's annual "Spot the Dog" list, released over the weekend, usually has fund managers nervous. This year's most notorious laggard is the BlackRock UK fund, the Independent on Sunday said, which over three years returned just 11% at a time when the UK market has enjoyed relatively strong growth.
A number of charities and organisations are joining a growing campaign for financial education in schools, the FT reports. The drive is part of a global campaign: more than 40 countries now have, or are developing, a formal strategy for financial literacy, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
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