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Pensions: Personal Account Reforms, 2007
5 December 2007
Initial findings from Ipsos MORI work for the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP): the research aimed to find out the public's reactions to a proposed new national pensions scheme.
Economic Confidence in Ireland
19 November 2007
Despite 4 in 10 Irish people thinking that the general economic condition of Ireland will get worse over the next 12 months, fewer than 1 in 10 think their personal financial circumstances will get worse.
Live Now, Save Later
18 June 2007
A qualitative examination of the attitudes and behaviours of young people (aged 16-29) towards saving, retirement planning and pensions.
Customers Positive On Bill Payment
27 February 2003
Most PayPoint customers would rather pay their household bills than watch a party political broadcast or visit the dentist, according to MORI. The survey was conducted among customers of PayPoint, a UK electronic payment service provider.
UNITE Student Living Report 2003
21 January 2003
For the UNITE Student Living Report 2003, MORI carried out more than a thousand face-to-face interviews with full time undergraduate and post graduate students, in 21 universities across the UK. This is the third year of this ongoing study designed to explore how students are meeting the challenges and opportunities of university life.
Complacent UK Faces Future With Financial Headache
5 November 2002
Research by leading life and health insurance specialist Scottish Provident, the protection brand of Abbey National, has revealed a picture of far-reaching complacency through the country when it comes to people protecting their financial future.
Pupils 'Should Learn Finance At School'
13 September 2002
More than three-quarters of adults in Great Britain believe secondary schools should do more to prepare children to deal with personal finance planning in later life.
GB Financial Awareness Report
6 September 2002
People in Great Britain are increasingly aware the state is not going to provide for their retirement or pay for their children to go to university but few appear to be taking financial steps to prepare for these key moments in life.