It's our round-up of the stories your clients may have read in the national newspapers over the weekend...
With figures suggesting 1.4m people are already working beyond the state retirement age, the Guardian sought to explain to readers how they could retire. For the self-employed readers, the advice was to reach profitability and then find the most tax-efficient way to extract these profits by making pension contributions.
There were also some tips for private and public-sector employees, although the general message was that it is important to start saving as soon as possible.
Financial advisers will always be the first to tell clients not to worry about short term volatility in the markets, yet when a paper such as the Telegraph leads with a headline such as ‘Isas lose up to 25% in three months', it is hard to avoid.
Stories your clients may have read last weekend
Although it warned of little relief on the horizon, with the European crisis showing no signs of abating, it did convey the pleas for calm from fund managers and advisers. They suggested long-term prospects for shares are still good, while there are also opportunities to get in at the bottom.
Pensions v ISAs
Clients with the pensions v ISA debate on their minds will have found plenty of food for thought in a piece in the Daily Mail, which sought to explain why so many consumers were shunning pensions at the moment. It said lack of trust following mis-selling scandals, charges that were still too high and a lack of flexibility were among the reasons.
Meanwhile, ISAs were giving people more control over their money, while tax considerations seemed to be easier to understand and predict.
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What made financial headlines over the weekend?