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Dreaming of an early retirement


When you quit the rate race, will you really have the time of your life? We all know that we need to save money for our retirement, but knowing it and doing something about it are very different things!

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Savers ‘banking on ISAs’


Weighing up the tax-efficiency versus flexibility More than one in three retirement savers[1] are planning to rely on Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) for the majority of their retirement income.

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Looking ahead to your retirement years


Making sure you can sustain the level of income you need From stopping work altogether to a slow and gradual reduction of commitments – retirement means different things to different people. Making sure you can sustain the level of income … Continue reading

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‘Mid-life savings crisis’


It’s good to talk about your options Put simply, retirement planning is about how you look at your future, but more than a million Britons are facing a ‘mid-life savings crisis’ as they near the age of 40 with no … Continue reading

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Freedom to choose


Using your pension money Have you considered all the potential costs of retiring? Some people find their expenses fall once their working life ends, but it’s important not that assume that all your expenses will go down – some may … Continue reading

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Generation X


Procrastinating when it comes to putting money aside for retirement People with birth dates between 1964 and 1979 are labelled ‘Generation X’ and are suffering from a widespread tendency to procrastinate when it comes to putting money aside for retirement, … Continue reading

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Generation X


Procrastinating when it comes to putting money aside for retirement People with birth dates between 1964 and 1979 are labelled ‘Generation X’ and are suffering from a widespread tendency to procrastinate when it comes to putting money aside for retirement, … Continue reading

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Uncharted territory


Importance of not losing sight of your long-term savings goals The UK is entering uncharted territory after the EU referendum, but with relatively few unretired people beyond the age of 55 having started their retirement planning it is important not … Continue reading

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Pension confusion


Are most people unprepared for retirement? People are still being left confused by pensions, with almost two thirds not understanding their key features, according to new research by Wesleyan.

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Planning for the future


Why it’s important to know your start and end points Reaching wealth goals and achieving personal ambitions are major objectives of the financial planning process. In order to make plans for the future, you need to know where you are … Continue reading

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