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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.

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Lifetime mortgage fees probed over fears Covid may increase unsuitable advice

The regulator is to investigate whether fees charged by later life lending broke...

BLOG: Try thinking of retirement as saving up for future holidays

I like to think of retirement as 500 holidays – it makes saving for it a whole...

Equity release activity nears pre-Covid levels with 41% rise

There were 10,351 new equity release plans agreed in Q3, up 41% from the previou...

Pensions Dashboards delayed until 2023

The long-awaited roll-out of Pensions Dashboards has been pushed back to 2023 ...

Maximum tax-free pension savings amount to rise next year

The pension lifetime allowance is set to rise from April next year, meaning more...

Retirees set for 2.5% state pension boost

Tomorrow’s CPI inflation announcement will confirm the ‘triple-lock’ state...

Retiring now

A million low income retirees miss out on Pension Credit

Up to a million people entitled to receive Pension Credit failed to claim the be...

BLOG: Will negative interest rates destroy annuities?

Annuities have gained a bit of a bad reputation in recent times. Although in the...

Retirees spend more than state pension pay as of today

Today marks ‘state pension shortfall day’ when the average retiree will have...

Women lose Court of Appeal fight against state pension age rise

Two women have lost their court case against state pension age rises that have h...

Retirees set for 2.5% state pension rise

The state pension could rise by 2.5% next year under a controversial formula –...

BLOG: Could redundancy allow you to retire early?

With the government-funded furlough scheme coming to a close, there are clear si...

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