retirement advice

The Halfway Point: Saving For Retirement In Middle Age

Pexels A midlife crisis is worsened when the notion of money comes into play. The worry about a lack of finances or nothing in terms of pensions once you have passed the age of 45 can make you anxious, and if you haven’t thought about where to begin at this stage in the game, now […]


Are millennials more serious about their retirement today?

Millennial money has always been under the scanner – irrespective of whether it has been about concerns regarding their saving habits or retirement planning. However, it seems that 2017 is going to spell a fresh start for them. Let us explore why it is so. The Natixis 2016 Retirement Plan Participant Study As per the […]


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 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 […]


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