Equity release is becoming increasingly popular as a means of supplementing income in your later years. In a record-setting quarter, £136 of property wealth was unlocked every second in the UK between October and December 2018.
The minimum amounts that can be put into workplace pensions will be stepped up from this week, as UK savers are encouraged to put aside more for their retirement.
AS with any year, 2019 is bound to bring some unexpected surprises. But, looking ahead, there are some money moments you may be able to prepare for – even if some are more certain than others.
WORKPLACE pension reforms have helped get the nation saving for retirement – but new figures on how much people are actually putting in suggest many could be in for a bit of a shock when it comes to funding their lifestyle in later life.
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We’re living longer, and need to plan sooner for a long and happy retirement we can enjoy. For many, this can mean retiring in our 50s when we are still young at heart. We want to share life with like-minded people in a stress free, financially secure environment.
ONE in eight people retiring this year have no private pension savings, a study has revealed.
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The family owners of Red Deer Village – a stunning, mature, residential park designed specifically for the over 50s, and situated at Stepps near Glasgow – urge those nearing retirement age to plan now for a long and happy retirement.
We’re just not the retiring type: From hospital theatres to sweet shops, we meet the Scots who love work so much they won’t give it up
THE number of men and women working beyond their 65th birthday has more than quadrupled in the last two decades with a record 1.2 million over-65s still clocking on.