Last week, the news agenda was full to the brim with devastating headlines and pictures showing the damage we are doing to our planet.
Last weekend marked the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee where millions of people across the UK and Commonwealth came together to celebrate Her Majesty’s 70-year reign. Sunday, however, was also important for another reason: it was World Environment Day.
A major trades union has exposed a massive gender gap in pension pots; the Prospect Union estimated it to be 38 percent between men and women. That’s more than double the gender pay gap – which is estimated to be 15.4 percent.
Food, fuel and gas prices are all soaring, pushing inflation to a 40-year high of 9 percent. It means hard-pressed consumers are having to spend more of their pay packet on groceries, drinks, clothes and other items; more so than they would have done so one year ago.
According to the publication, 195 ‘carbon bombs’, the oil and gas projects which would see a billion tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions emitted over their lifetime, are planned and sixty percent of these have already began.
Just in time for Easter, we’re delighted to have been awarded a Good Egg mark from Good With Money.
We join just six other companies with the Good Egg mark, making it easier for people to find responsible financial businesses that are doing the right thing and making a positive impact for the environment and society.
It’s the biggest shake-up in divorce law in half a century. Changes will make the divorce process simpler, and bring many benefits. However, speedier divorces could also lead to rushed financial settlements and an unfair sharing of overall wealth – in particular of pensions, ISAs and other investments.
We join 700 other UK businesses in achieving B Corp status, with an impressive score of 99.1.
At Path, we’re extremely proud of our sustainable credentials, our progressive and purposeful approach and our ability to make a difference by doing things differently.
Earlier this month, we had the pleasure of attending the Women of the World (WOW) Festival 2022, which celebrates the achievements of women, girls and non-binary people, and confronts gender injustice across the globe.
We take a look at why an ISA is a great investment – if done correctly! People have always wanted good investments. But now more than ever, they want their investments not just to be good but to do good too.