‘A perfect storm’
Depression almost doubled in UK – ONS
Annual growth of 0.6% weakest for more than seven years
Quarter of single pensioners dependent on state
Record numbers of people aged 90 plus
Approximately 137.3 million working days were lost to sickness or injury in the UK in 2016, the lowest number of working days lost since the series began in 1993, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Aegon has warned that protection propositions need to be flexible to help divorcing couples cope financially as new figures revealed that mid-life divorces are increasing.
There has been a second fall in the numbers of long term sick people between November 2014 and January 2015, the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have revealed.
The number of registered deaths in the UK in 2013 was 576,458, down 13% from the number in 1983, Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures for 2013 have revealed.
LV= has said the recent Office for National Statistics (ONS) data which showed people will be living longer and in better health highlights the need for financial planning.
The number of years people will live with their health in a 'not good' state has decreased for newborns and increased for over 65s, research has found.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) will continue its General Lifestyle outputs, covering smoking, drinking and health, following a public consultation from 2 September to 31 October 2013.
UK GDP rose by 0.7% in Q4, according to an initial estimate from the Office for National Statistics, with growth for the year as a whole rising at its fastest rate since 2007.
Aetna International sees great opportunities for the UK international PMI market. Paul Robertson talks to Nic Brown.
Legal & General has partnered with a national charity to help employers minimise absences due to staff mental health problems.
Official government figures have revealed that the average annual salary earned by financial and insurance brokers this year has increased 17.3% on 2010 to £54,924.
For thousands of employees with Retail Price Index (RPI) linked salaries, the economic downturn will cost them dearly. Sue Weir looks at how the effect of what for many will mean a pay freeze could be softened