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With Brits living longer and the rules of retirement constantly changing, you could be forgiven for feeling overwhelmed. Look here for all of the news and insight you need to plan your future, whether you’re retiring now or looking forward to freedom. If you're on the cusp of retirement check out our 'Retiring Now' section. Our 'Retirement Planning' section is a useful tool in the run-up to retirement.

Retirement planning

Two in five millennials cut pension payments in lockdown

Two in five people aged 18-34 stopped or reduced their pension contributions as ...

Illegal pensions introducers ordered to pay £10.7m to SIPP clients

The High Court has ordered two unregulated introducers and three individuals to ...

Over 50s dropping out of the workforce due to Covid-19

Nearly 200,000 workers aged over 50 have been forced into early retirement since...

Brits have more faith in property than pensions to grow retirement fund

Brits have more faith in the power of property to generate money for their retir...

Pension cash withdrawals fall during lockdown

The number of savers accessing pension cash and the amount being withdrawn fell ...

Inheritance tax receipts fall for first time in a decade

The government’s haul from inheritance tax receipts fell for the first time in...

Retiring now

BLOG: Market volatility is one reason not to discount an annuity

Since the introduction of pension freedoms, far more savers have chosen to keep ...

Fresh threat to pension triple lock as furlough will skew formula

Distorted earnings growth in the post-coronavirus years threatens the existence ...

Defined benefit fee change means pension transfers ‘only available to wealthy’

The City regulator has banned contingent charging on defined benefit pension tra...

‘Can I still retire in 2020?’

If you’re nearing retirement, the recent market volatility might leave you fee...

‘Income tax hikes and end to pension triple lock’ could fund coronavirus deficit

The government could introduce income tax rises, end the controversial pension t...

Coronavirus scuppers retirement plans as annuity rates fall to record lows

People approaching retirement are encountering “the toughest conditions of any...

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