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Retirement

Seize the day

Planning for a comfortable life after years of hard work

Over time, with life expectancy and the cost of living rising, it could mean that some retirees are at risk of running out of pension income in later life. So what can you do to make sure that you have a big enough pension to meet your needs for the whole of your retirement?

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Financial Planning

Persistent presenteeism

Employees reluctant to stay at home when ill

Workplaces are suffering from persistent presenteeism as up to 28 million employees may be coming into work when ill.

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Retirement

Managing risk

Pensioners ‘in the dark’ over how to protect their pots if markets tumble

Many retirees are at risk of overlooking their pension finances by falling into an avoidable trap, according to new research.

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Retirement

Different life events

Solutions that work as your priorities change over the years

The future may seem far away, but you need to start planning early. Regardless of your goals, there are things you can do to increase your chances of success! We look objectively at your plans to provide solutions that work as your priorities change over the years and you go through different life events.

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Retirement

Emergency cash

Boosting women’s pension savings

A million more women in their 20s could be saving adequately for retirement if they were able to access emergency cash from their pension, according to a new report[1].

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Retirement

In brief

Self-employed ‘want government pension saving help’

Self-employed workers want government help to save for retirement and would back new laws to expand auto-enrolment or to make saving for retirement compulsory, new research shows[1].

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Who wants to be a millionaire?

Getting there could be easier than you think – but you’ll need to start young

Parents could make their baby an adult millionaire by starting a pension pot when they are born. Children born this year could become millionaires by their 43rd birthday if their families contribute to a pension for the first 18 years of their lives[1].

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Financial Planning

Wealth sharing between generations

Redefining how millennials become more financially secure

Millennials are set to redefine how wealth is shared between generations, according to new research[1]. Contrary to expectation, it is not millennials (aged 18–34) who appear to be under the greatest financial strain, with 44% saying they are ‘comfortable’ financially. In fact, the research shows they are trying to do the right thing.