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Featuring the latest retirement news, these articles show you how to make the most out of your pension, and provide information on retirement planning, pension transfers, QROPS, QNUPS and SIPPS.
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Pensioners have some real worries about where they will live once they reach the age of 70, according to new research. One in seven (14%) are resigned to still having to pay a mortgage when they reach 70. Another 40% who privately rent a home consider they will still have to...
Once you have reached retirement, it’s too late to worry about what might have been if you had saved more while you had a job. The focus on finances changes tack and you need to consider what steps to take to maximise your spending power on a sometimes severely limited...
Young women are still more likely to end up with a significantly smaller pension than their male colleagues because of barriers that stop them investing. Even women who save according to auto-enrolment guidance issued by the government may still have smaller pensions. Research by investment firm Fidelity International reckons their pension...
The state of Britain’s workplace direct benefit pensions is getting better - or maybe not, depending on which firm’s figures you take. The figures are confusing because at least three different firms track the health of workplace pensions, but all measure them in a slightly different way. The deficit of the...
After years of publicity about the need to save for retirement, more than a third of workers still do not know how much to set aside for their later years, according to a new study. Even worse, 13% have not saved a penny towards their retirement and are running out...