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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2532028/Top-resolution-Save-money-Four-ten-adults-pledge-sort-finances-New-Year.html

Assuming they've followed their usual scientific process i.e. ask a couple of OAPs living in Surrey.

'Managing money better, getting fit and spending more time with friends and family are top of the list of resolutions for the New Year.

With changes to the retirement age recently announced nearly four out of ten adults (37 per cent) have pledged to sort out their finances, particularly focusing on their retirement income.'

Ahh, I see if a poof piece paid for by Friends Life:

'The OnePoll survey, carried out for pensions provider Friends Life, also found that nearly a third of Britons (32 per cent) are more confident about their finances at the dawn of 2014 than a year ago, while 27 per cent are less confident.'

Friends Life - one of those 'world beating brands purchased by Clive Chowdry; see the Resolution Trust thread.

Friends Life - one of the very worst performing Life Companies - which, to be honest, takes some doing.

Edited by spyguy

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Assuming they've followed their usual scientific process i.e. ask a couple of OAPs living in Surrey.

'Managing money better, getting fit and spending more time with friends and family are top of the list of resolutions for the New Year.

With changes to the retirement age recently announced nearly four out of ten adults (37 per cent) have pledged to sort out their finances, particularly focusing on their retirement income.'

Ahh, I see if a poof piece paid for by Friends Life:

'The OnePoll survey, carried out for pensions provider Friends Life, also found that nearly a third of Britons (32 per cent) are more confident about their finances at the dawn of 2014 than a year ago, while 27 per cent are less confident.'

Friends Life - one of those 'world beating brands purchased by Clive Chowdry; see the Resolution Trust thread.

Friends Life - one of the very worst performing Life Companies - which, to be honest, takes some doing.

Friends Life = Friends Provident Foundation.

http://

www.friendslife.com/corporate-responsibility/friends-provident-foundation.jsp

Then

http://

www.cloresocialleadership.org.uk/Funders-and-Partners.aspx

6th funder/partner in the list is Friends Provident Foundation.

Resolution Trust is 16th on the list.

Likely one advantage of them all pooling together is that it makes it easier for the press to have a single contact point for the next advert for the financial (er charity) sector.

Edited by billybong

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