You are here: Home - Retirement

Retirement

Introduction

retirementhome

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

Government U-turn on probate fees hike

The Ministry of Justice has abandoned its plan to increase probate fees, followi...

Call to scrap stamp duty for ‘last-time buyers’

More than a million older homeowners would consider downsizing if stamp duty was...

Nest puts spotlight on pensions for the self-employed

Three quarters of self-employed people think it’s important to save for retire...

Financial worries loom for retirees

A giant study has blown a hole in the clichéd image of retirement – and found...

Newly retired women urged to check for little-known State Pension boost

Women should check if they paid “married woman’s stamp” any time in the pa...

Women lose High Court fight against state pension age rise

Backto60 campaigners have lost their court case against State Pension age rises ...

Retiring now

Surge in final salary pension transfer complaints

Customer complaints about final salary pension transfers have soared by 44 per c...

Cash in your final salary pension but still get an income for life

There may be a “best of both worlds” solution for people undecided about cas...

Prudential fined £23m over annuity sales and thousands could get compensation

Around 17,000 Prudential customers are set to receive £110m in redress after th...

State pension set to rise by ‘bumper’ four per cent next year

The state pension is expected to rise by an inflation-busting four per cent next...

Should you buy an annuity or wait?

With Brexit continuing to cause uncertainty, thousands of people approaching ret...

Annuity rates fall to record low

Annuity rates have plummeted to record lows after months of decline, according t...

You may also Like

More from Your Money

Which? contactless payments warning

Freezing your debit or credit card when it’s lost or stolen won’t necessarily stop all transactions going thro...
Which? contactless payments warning

Financial worries loom for retirees

A giant study has blown a hole in the clichéd image of retirement – and found people worry about money.
Financial worries loom for retirees

First-time buyers stung by 20 per cent Help to Buy premium

First-time buyers in Yorkshire, the West Midlands and the North West are being forced to pay a premium of more...
First-time buyers stung by 20 per cent Help to Buy premium

Ryanair jetting towards US flights for £10

Ryanair is on course to achieve its long-held ambition of offering transatlantic flights to the US – and the...

Investing in car parks: a good vehicle for income seekers?

As the search for income continues, many investors are turning to alternatives, with car parks becoming increa...

A quick guide to guarantor loans – in association with Guarantor Loan Comparison

Considering a guarantor loan or becoming a guarantor yourself? Read our essential guide...

Results round-up: Companies to watch this week

Mulberry and more will face the music this week.

Product launches of the week

Select Property Group, Schroders, Leeds Building Society and more have exciting news this week.

Money Tips of the Week

  • RT @STEPSociety: UK Ministry of Justice abandons plan to increase EW probate fees, described by STEP’s Emily Deane TEP as a stealth tax on…
  • UK Ministry of Justice abandons plan to increase EW probate fees, described by STEP’s Emily Deane TEP as a stealth… https://t.co/sUbYMynhPC
  • RT @jilly284: @YourMoneyUK 200k #ukmortgageprisoners have been put in financial misery for over a decade through no fault of their own. Hom…