The rise of the ‘Parent-sioner’ – Number of parents in their 60s with children under 18 set to soar over next 10 years

13 Feb 2018

New research from OneFamily has found that the number of ‘Parent-sioners’ is set to increase significantly over the next decade. The findings indicate that more over 60s than ever before will have children under 18 and in the next ten years it will rise from circa 400,000 to over 900,000.

OneFamily enters Lifetime ISA market

07 Feb 2018

OneFamily is launching a simple, customer-friendly, stocks and shares Lifetime ISA.

OneFamily launches new funeral cost calculator for advisers

30 Jan 2018

OneFamily has launched a funeral cost calculator that enables advisers to calculate the sum assured their clients can receive from OneFamily’s Over 50s Life Cover, based on monthly premium, with the cost of a funeral in their clients local area, both now and into the future.

Personal Touch adds OneFamily to its equity release panel

24 Jan 2018

OneFamily has today become the latest lender to be added to Personal Touch’s equity release panel.

OneFamily appoints new Growth Managing Director

10 Jan 2018

OneFamily has appointed Nici Audhlam-Gardiner as Managing Director of Growth. In her new role Nici will report to CEO, Simon Markey, and oversee OneFamily’s growth agenda and product lines including investments, life insurance and lending.

OneFamily launches new two year fixed offer on its range of lifetime mortgages

19 Dec 2017

OneFamily is launching a new two year fixed offer across its range of lifetime mortgages. The deal, which is available from today, will give homeowners wishing to take equity out of their home the ability to fix their costs for a two-year period until December 2020.

Millions of savers in the dark

29 Nov 2017

The number of British workers enrolled in a pension is at a record high, with auto enrolment schemes playing a major part, however many workers are ‘saving in the dark’ and not keeping track of what they have saved, or who they have saved with, leaving them at risk of being unable to afford to retire.

Cost of retirement so unaffordable for many, means workers over 65 set to treble

08 Nov 2017

People of working age across the UK expect to need £29,700 a year during their retirement, equalling over £500,000 for the average 17-year retirement, according to new findings from OneFamily. This would mean having £364,000[i] in savings when they leave work to add to the state pension provided by the government.

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