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Retirement Planning
March 2021
Can you afford to retire?
Retirement Planning
March 2021
Getting your pension finances back on track Do you know how much money you will need in retirement? What about how much you already have saved? Do you know what kind of income that might provide? Unfortunately the answer is ‘no’ for some people. Read full article
Pensions
January 2021
Mind the Gender Pension Gap!
Pensions
January 2021
What you can do to reduce a future financial shortfall. A lot has been made of the gender pay gap, but what’s not so well known is how this can affect women in retirement. Unsurprisingly, women often don’t fare as well as men when it comes to the savings they’ve built up for a healthy and economically stable retirement. 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
December 2019
Health fears
Retirement Planning
December 2019
  Barrier to employment and retention of older workers Older workers are an invaluable component of the UK workforce, given their extensive industry knowledge and expertise that all colleagues – particularly younger generations – can benefit from. Read full article
Pensions
November 2019
Pensioner wealth
Pensions
November 2019
  Income gap between the wealthiest and poorest pensioners is growing The members of Britain’s baby boomer generation who are now entering retirement have been called ‘the richest generation in history’. But the income gap between the wealthiest and poorest pensioners is growing, with those in the top pension income band now having an average weekly income of almost £1,000. Read full article
Retirement Planning
November 2019
Will I have enough money through retirement?
Retirement Planning
November 2019
  Mismatch between retirement expectations and actual reality Retirement is a chance to do more of what you enjoy. When it comes to planning for your retirement, you need to think about what you’d like your life to be like. There is no set retirement age in the UK any longer, so you can carry on working as long as you like (or as long as you need to). Read full article
Pensions
November 2019
Pension shortfall exposure
Pensions
November 2019
  Signs you are not financially ready to retire Those potentially most exposed to a pension shortfall are not people just entering the workforce, most of whom presume they will work until their 70s and will receive limited support from the state. Those most at risk of enduring a more frugal older age are those currently in their 40s and 50s who grew up assuming that the pensions system their parents enjoyed – generous income and retirement in their mid-60s – was the norm. Read full article
Retirement Planning
November 2019
Retirement longevity
Retirement Planning
November 2019
  Your destiny is now in your own hands If you are in your 50s or 60s, your thoughts are probably turning towards retirement. When should you retire? How much money do you need? Read full article
Investment
November 2019
Investing for income, growth or both in retirement
Investment
November 2019
  Turning on the taps for an extra income stream to help you realise your ambitions The best time to start investing was 20 years ago. The second best time to start investing is now. But as you have been building up your investment wealth over the decades, in all likelihood you’ve probably pursued growth above all else, looking to maximising the value of your savings. Read full article
Pensions
October 2019
Unlocked pension savings
Pensions
October 2019
  Critical gap in consumer awareness Drawdown allows most pension holders to withdraw a tax-free lump sum and reinvest the remainder as an income. But hundreds of thousands of DIY drawdown investors are unaware they can scale back or stop their withdrawals, putting them in danger of draining their retirement savings too rapidly, according to new research[1]. Read full article

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