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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

Significant fall in people transferring out of Defined Benefit pensions

The number of people transferring out of Defined Benefit pension schemes has sig...

Millions of workers’ retirement plans paused due to pandemic

Four in 10 (38%) of furloughed workers have made changes to their retirement pla...

Pandemic hits pension scheme membership and contributions

Employees paid 11% less into defined contribution pension schemes between April ...

Unfair fees removed on small pension pots

Flat annual fees on auto-enrolment pension pots worth £100 or less will be abol...

New pension rules take effect next month

‘Investment pathways’ will be offered to people who don’t take financial a...

BLOG: Top tips for pension planning if you’re self-employed

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Retiring now

Widows and women aged 80+ may have pension records checked for underpayments

Widows and women over the age of 80 could have their state pension records check...

Retirement Interest-only mortgages branded ‘outright failure’

Retirement interest-only (RIO) mortgages have been branded an “outright failur...

Third of retirees still financially supporting family

A third of people approaching retirement this year continue to financially suppo...

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...

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