Archive for the Retirement Category

Top Retirement Planning Tips for Married Couples

Making sure your partner is financially comfortable in retirement goes a long way towards safeguarding your future happiness together. Here are our top pension tips for married couples.

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Will you be able to Afford the Retirement you want?

Given that retirement income will be needed for 20, 25 or even 30 years after you stop working, retirement planning is a pretty important issue. Read more to find out what are the most effective ways to prepare for your retirement.

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Have you lost your Super?

There is currently $11.7 billion sitting in lost Super accounts. If you have lost track of a Super, some of that money could be yours.

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A New Year, A New Pension?

With a new year comes a fresh opportunity to get your finances in order, and with more than 90% of Britons not saving enough for the retirement income they are aiming for, why not take the opportunity to focus on your pension?

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UK Final Salary Pensions – The £50BN Exodus

The knock-on effects of George Osborne’s pension flexibility proposals and whether you should transfer your pension.

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Is Keeping Your Final Salary Pension Really The Safest Thing To Do?

savings and investments - money for retirement.

The benefits and pitfalls of transferring a Final Salary Pension; what should you watch out for and what should be included in the report you receive.

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Do You Know If Your Final Salary Pension Scheme Is Right For You?

Savings and Investments Singapore AAM Advisory

There are many issues to consider when considering whether to transfer out of a Final Salary scheme and the complexity of these mean that you need advice from a fully qualified specialist in UK pension transfers. Here are the potential advantages and disadvantages of Final Salary Pensions and why a transfer might be in your interests.

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Why Everyone Should Have A UK Pension Audit As Soon As Possible

savings and investments - money for retirement.

Since Gordon Brown first attacked UK pensions in 1997, successive Chancellors have become hooked on the idea that they can plunder your pension with impunity, egged on of course by Civil Servants in the Treasury whose pensions will be unaffected!

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Don’t Be Trumped In The Year Of The Rooster

The Year of the Rooster signified a wake-up call to investors. Fresh off the back of major political manoeuvrings, the economic landscape now looks very different. What should investors expect for the remainder of this lunar year?

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Reading the Runes for Budget 2017

Three Little Pigs

This year’s Autumn Statement was much awaited as the first set piece for the new Chancellor, Philip Hammond. In the days immediately following his appointment Mr Hammond had spoken about…

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