Category Archives: Retirement
Contemplating a long-term self-employed future? Self-employment enables you to exercise your sense of freedom in business decision-making and to choose your own business path. There are many benefits to becoming a self-employed freelancer or running your own business: the flexible … Continue reading
Pensioners ‘in the dark’ over how to protect their pots if markets tumble Many retirees are at risk of overlooking their pension finances by falling into an avoidable trap, according to new research.
Solutions that work as your priorities change over the years The future may seem far away, but you need to start planning early. Regardless of your goals, there are things you can do to increase your chances of success! We … Continue reading
Boosting women’s pension savings A million more women in their 20s could be saving adequately for retirement if they were able to access emergency cash from their pension, according to a new report.
Self-employed ‘want government pension saving help’ 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 shows.
Considering making contributions ahead of the tax year end? Investing for the future is vital if you want to enjoy a financially secure retirement, and it requires you to look at the big picture. Although pensions can be complicated, we … Continue reading
Building up your nest egg is more discipline than difficult For today’s retirees, retirement has changed almost beyond recognition since their parents’ day. Building a retirement fund requires saving enough money to pay your bills and continue living comfortably when … Continue reading
Treasury enjoying a tax bonanza from pension withdrawals Following changes introduced in April 2015, you now have more choice and flexibility than ever before over how and when you can take money from your pension pot.
Move to equalise male and female pension ages Women will now start to qualify for the State Pension at the same age as men, currently set at 65. The move to equalise male and female pension ages began 25 years … Continue reading
Make sure you don’t run out of money or face a reduced standard of living Increasingly, more and more pensioners are keeping much of their pension invested after they retire. This means they’re faced with two very different risks when … Continue reading