Retirement Planning Information - Help & Advice
We are all very good at putting off our retirement planning until the last minute, but the reality is that if you start saving for retirement sooner rather than later, it is easier to get a decent pension pot from your state or private pension to live on when you finish work.
Whether you want to take early retirement (men: state pensions start at age 65 & women: age 60)or plan to delay taking your pension until the last possible moment, we have the information you need to retire with a little more money in your pocket. We can even help you find an pension adviser who is a specialist in pension planning which will help to make your decisions more informed when it comes to retiring.
Women often have a harder time getting a decent pension pot together (both private and state pensions), so we need to make sure that as women we are working hard and getting all of the retirement benefits we can to help when we get older.
That can mean anything from negotiating a better salary at work, taking on some part-time work to put more money away today, using cash Isa or investment Isa savings to best effect, and making sure we reclaim all of the state tax relief we are entitled to.