Retirement

Why Tech Friendly Seniors will have a Better Retirement

The world is becoming more and more technology-oriented. The gadgets we use are only going to get more complex and impressive in their abilities, and greater in their scope. As technology becomes the defining characteristic of our times, it makes sense to shed one’s inhibitions and join the bandwagon. I’ve noticed that older people often […]


Saving For Retirement Invalid Reasons to Avoid Doing It

When it comes to saving for your future, the process may seem overwhelming. After all, in these tough economic times, it’s easy to feel pressure from student loans, mortgage rates, banking fees, creditors, insurance and other expenses. Planning your retirement may seem like the last thing you need to prioritize. Millennial face the brunt of […]


What Should You Be Doing in Yours 20’s and 30’s to save for Later Life?

Money is the cause of most arguments in married couples. It can be the biggest source of conflict in a relationship, but whether you like it or not, money does make the world go round. It can be very easy to turn a blind eye to retirement when you are young and in your prime. […]


5 Disadvantages Of Early Retirement

The only thing better than retirement for some people is early retirement — when you are able to line up your ducks in a row and bow out of the workforce before the standard retirement age. Yet there can be significant disadvantages to retiring early — making it that much more critical that you project […]


The Implications Of Raising Retirement Age Seco

The upcoming generation of seniors can expect to experience a considerably different retirement from that of their parents. With life expectancy rising the average worker should not expect to retire in their 60s but later at age 70 or later. They will have to work longer and save more money before they can retire and enjoy […]


The Freelancer Guide to Pensions

With the recent government reforms on pensions it’s never been more relevant to think about funding for later life. The introduction of a new flat-rate pension worth an estimated£144 per week in today’s money,will provide the UK’s elderly with “the minimum” they will need and no more. New laws are being passed in favour of […]


It Really Can Be Simple To Buy A Property In Your Pension: Our A – Z Guide

One of the main reasons people use a Self-Invested Personal Pension, or SIPP for short, is to buy a commercial property, either for their own business to use or to be let out to a third party. It sounds complicated, but it doesn’t need to be, so we thought we’d take you through the basic […]


How to Avoid Moving Back in With Your Parents

We’ve all been there. The awkward moment when your parents think they’re finally free of you and then you knock at their door with all your possessions.  It might be a life transition, perhaps you’re moving house or you’ve just finished university. But beware! You tell your parents, “It’ll only be for a week or […]


Tired Of Breaking Resolutions? Make Long Terms Plans For The New Year

As soon as the 1st of January strikes, we all make plans to give up on the junk food we love and kick start our exercise plans. Unfortunately, most of us fail with our resolutions nearly as quickly as we started as they are usually short term fixes. If you want to make changes which […]


How NOT to invest for your retirement

It is easy to get trapped into the wrong advice given by unscrupolous financial advisors trying to sell you what’s good for them and not for you. “No problem” they say. “You will double your investment” they claim, and you end up believing in their figures and their smile. There is another truth. If you […]


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