50, the average woman could only squirrel away
BENEFITS cheats who squirrel away
thousands of pounds of savings before claiming handouts are being tracked down by Liverpool council.
Especially when 73 million baby boomers - one-third of the population - are headed into what should be their peak saving years, their 40s and 50s, a time to squirrel away
money for retirement, given the widespread doubts about Social Security.
The more money you squirrel away
, the better your chances of avoiding a bare-bones retirement.
Richard Housley ,57, and Caroline Laing, 55, helped Voudouri and his associates squirrel away
AN international break is the perfect time to squirrel away
a little ante-post acorn, and an FA Cup nibble is just the job.
He revealed: "These days, I squirrel away
a few quid to put on GAA or football in Paddy Power.
As well as pensions, you should also consider how much extra money you can squirrel away
into tax-free savings accounts.
Within minutes of entering the woods Asha had scared the first squirrel away
but, with the kids quiet, we soon found some more.
More than a third squirrel away
an average of 90p a week.
Most Americans try to squirrel away
The best way to avoid a bare-bones retirement is to squirrel away
as much money as possible.
Over the past two years "shrapnel savers" have shot up as three times as many households now squirrel away
their loose change - to be converted into "real money" and spent later.
THE survey that revealed people like to squirrel away
secret stashes of dough shouldn't have come as a shock.
ADRIENNE SAYS: You could try mixing the food with Squirrel Away
powder (available from garden centres).