Helping you take full control of your retirement savings People change jobs, employers change their names but, more importantly, we all forget things from time to time. With that in mind, it is easy to lose track of pensions that you have paid into over the years.
More couples are deciding to part later in life Divorce is not purely exclusive to the young or middle-aged, and we’re seeing a steady increase in what have been dubbed the ‘silver-splitters’ – couples who are deciding to part in later life.
Are investors failing to think long-term about their futures? Boosting retirement saving is the key goal for investors in 2014, yet despite this long-term objective, almost three fifths (61%) of those surveyed say they are looking for satisfactory investment returns within just five years, with just 5% taking a longer-term… Read More»
Adapting to changes in working patterns More than half of over-55s currently in the workforce are happy to work past the default retirement age of 65, according to new research from MetLife.
The reality of living on a pension is taking new retirees by surprise The reality of living on a pension is taking new retirees by surprise, with many under-budgeting their first five years of retirement and overspending by an average of £6,500, according to LV=. This is leading to a… Read More»