Following last month’s Brexit vote, the markets have been hugely volatile. This clearly has a huge impact on the pensions of millions of Britons.
Today we help a reader, Tony, and everyone else answer the question: is it worth opening a SIPP? For many, an ISA or employer pension may be better options!
Saving £1 million may seem impossible, but with a lot of determination and aggressive saving you can get there! Here’s how to save £1m for your retirement.
At 88, Dot Cotton (actress June Brown), is well above state retirement age. However, due to the financial crisis, she isn’t retiring anytime soon…
A new government advice scheme for pensions has been released called “pension wise”. However, it doesn’t offer any advice. Here’s an alternative that does!
Changes to defined benefit pension schemes set to come into effect in 2016 could see retirement incomes fall, as the state pension scheme is revamped.
All the statistics show that we have an impending pension crisis on our hand. But why is Britain not ready for retirement and how can you properly prepare?
The day that many retirees have been waiting for finally arrived, but what was the initial uptake of pension freedoms like and who has it affected the most?
Our guest poster and pensions expert Ryan Smith takes a look at Osborne’s latest measures and evaluates how are pensioners affected by the 2015 budget.
With the pension reforms coming in April 2015, the future of annuities in 2015 is set to change. But, what impact will this have on retirees.
I recently shared the story of my escape from the rat race over at Lazy Man and Money. Today, he repays the favour and outlines his journey to retirement.
A recent report I read stated that the average annual expenditure for a pensioner is now over £10k. This got me thinking: am I saving enough for retirement?
Understanding different types of pension plans can be confusing. Here is a very simple guide to what pensions are, and what different types are available.
How to use a pension fund projector – Are you thinking about your pension and retirement? You should be! Predict your pension income and saving requirements
When saving into a pension, you are entitled to tax relief on your pension contributions. Are you sure that you are getting the right pension tax relief?
Since the new budget, many have asked whether investing in ISAs or Investing in Pensions is a better long-term investment. Here are the answers!
Should I pay down debt or save for retirement? A million dollar question! Maybe even in reality if retirement contributions are substantial each year! Paying down debt is the number one priority of many people. I’m not going to argue that this is a bad thing. Its certainly better than not prioritizing it at all.…
Where should I put my retirement savings? Inspired by a question in the moneystepper Facebook group, this article follows on from a previous article discussing pensions and how much to save into your pension whilst you are working. After reading that article, I know that everyone has spoken to their employer and asked to maximize…