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Retirement Planning
September 2020
Future financial health
Retirement Planning
September 2020
Taking the time to take back control over retirement savings With all that has been going on in the world this year, for many people it’s been really difficult to feel as though they’re in control of much. However, some people have been in the fortunate position of being able to take the opportunity to invest in both their physical and emotional health while in lockdown. Read full article
Retirement Planning
September 2020
Care in later life
Retirement Planning
September 2020
Making the difficult choice between live-in care and a care home One of the biggest challenges of the 21st century is Britain’s ageing population. As later-life care becomes more prevalent, whether you are considering this for yourself or a relative, covering the costs involved can be significant. Read full article
Retirement Planning
August 2020
Impacts of COVID-19 on Retirement Planning
Retirement Planning
August 2020
How our retirement plans may change in response to the coronavirus pandemic The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has touched virtually every part of our lives and is having a widespread impact across all aspects of financial life, including retirement plans. Read full article
Pensions Retirement Planning
June 2020
COVID-19 effects on retirement planning
Pensions Retirement Planning
June 2020
Remember that pension savings are for the long term The coronavirus (COVID-19) is having a widespread impact across all aspects of financial life, including retirement plans. The current global stock market turbulence, as a consequence of COVID-19, will no doubt be concerning for individuals whose pension savings are invested partly or fully during these volatile market conditions. Read full article
Retirement Planning
February 2020
Mind the gap
Retirement Planning
February 2020
Self-employed would back new laws to expand retirement savings For the self-employed, even if the will to save for retirement is there, the way can be problematic. Self-employed workers want Government help to save for retirement and would back new laws to expand auto-enrolment or to make saving for retirement compulsory, new research[1] shows. Read full article
Retirement Planning
February 2020
Retirement matters
Retirement Planning
February 2020
There’s a lot to look forward to In your 50s, it’s important to make retirement planning a priority if you haven’t done so already. At this age, retirement is no longer a distant concept, and time is short if your plans aren’t on track. Read full article
Retirement Planning
February 2020
Life after work
Retirement Planning
February 2020
Plan for the future you want Early retirement is no longer defined as the moment when you stop working forever. For many people, it’s simply the moment when you no longer have to work for money. But this also means being in a financial position to choose to keep working if you enjoy what you’re doing. Read full article
Retirement Planning
February 2020
How prepared are you for retirement?
Retirement Planning
February 2020
Planning ahead helps ensure that you’re on track You work hard to enjoy your current lifestyle, but are you doing enough to ensure that you will continue to enjoy it in retirement? Many of us live for today, but saving into a private pension plan can help you retire sooner rather than later. Read full article
Retirement Planning
January 2020
Retiring abroad
Retirement Planning
January 2020
Prior preparation is key for a smooth transition into your new life It’s a dream for many that after years of hard work, it’s finally time to travel to far-off lands and enjoy your retirement without worrying about finances. With some planning beforehand, the dream of retiring abroad can become a reality. Read full article
Retirement Planning
January 2020
Women better prepared for retirement
Retirement Planning
January 2020
Record high despite £78k pension pot gender gap Women in the UK are better prepared for the future than ever before, with 57% now saving enough for their retirement – the highest proportion recorded in 15 years. A recent report[1] shows that average savings amongst women are up 4.6% since 2007/08, equating to an additional £5,900 in income every year of retirement. Read full article

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