Nest Insight collaborates on self-employed savings pilots

The pilots with Penfold and Moneyhub will test forms of flexible saving for self-employed

Holly Roach
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The trials are with Penfold and Moneyhub
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The trials are with Penfold and Moneyhub

Nest Insight is collaborating on two research pilots testing new forms of saving designed to fit with self-employed people’s “variable and uncertain incomes”.

The research trials - one with fintech pension provider Penfold and one with open data platform Moneyhub - are supported by the Department for Work and Pensions as part of a programme to test ways ...

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