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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

90% of workers are saving into a workplace pension

Brits saved £90.4bn in workplace pensions last year - up £7bn from 2017, gover...

Why parents should consider topping up their children’s pension

Making a contribution to your child’s pension can bolster their retirement fun...

Hundreds of thousands of savers given wrong state pension forecast

The pensions minister has admitted there are ‘significant’ problems with the...

Move over millennials, here come the ‘boomerang parents’

Rising house prices have forced millions of young adults to move back in with th...

Could 64p a day help women close the pensions gap?

New research from Fidelity has found that saving just 64p a day extra could stop...

Give all new mums £2,000, say campaigners

First-time mothers should be given £2,000 to put towards retirement, consumer g...

Retiring now

Cost of retirement 20% higher in South East

The cost of retirement is 20 per cent higher in the South East compared to the n...

Retired households face 31% tax hit

The average tax bill for retired households is close to £8,000 per year, accord...

Three ways to cut your inheritance tax bill

Why inheritance tax liabilities are likely to increase in the coming years and w...

Pensioners need £60 a week more to live on

The average pensioner needs nearly £230 a week to live on, almost £60 more tha...

Charges could leave your pension £32k lighter

High fund charges could cause an investor with a £100,000 pension pot to miss o...

Half of over-55s support their children & parents financially

Brits over the age of 55 are feeling the financial strain of supporting their ch...

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