Private pensions

Things to consider before moving abroad

Things to consider before moving abroad

If you’re thinking of joining the 320,000 people who left the UK for foreign climes last year, then read on. Moving abroad will change your life forever, its kind of key that you think things through well before you make the leap. I speak from experience, because I did just that 10 years ago. I

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Setting Up A Savings Goal For 2015

Setting Up A Savings Goal For 2015

It’s a proven fact that those who set themselves a specific savings goal are more likely to achieve their target than those who simply save willy-nilly. And seeing your savings balance creep upwards each month is the ideal incentive to keep going. The start of a new year is the perfect time to begin your

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benefits for the elderly

How will new pension annuity rules affect you?

Pension rules and regulations can be notoriously complex, especially where annuity is concerned. There have been important changes made to annuity rules recently, so it’s vital that you understand exactly what these are and how they might affect you. It doesn’t matter how close you are to retirement, you still need to know what money

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How to save money when you're over 60

Using a pension to lower your tax bill

Whatever your income level, contributing to a pension is an effective ways to lower your tax bill. As well as costing you less overall, you’re also investing in your retirement, which could provide you with a better standard of living in the future. It’s never too early to start planning for later life and putting money

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benefits for the elderly

Thinking of starting a pension?

We might not want to think about getting old or starting a pension, but it’s important to consider how you’ll survive financially once you retire. It’s never too early to start planning for the future and contributing into a pension. However, with the day to day costs of living, especially when raising children, it can

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benefits for the elderly

Personal pension

No matter what age you are, there are a number of ways for you to save for retirement. Everyone with the minimum number of contributing years is entitled to State Pension, but at just £110 a week, it’s often not enough to support your lifestyle. One of the options available is a personal pension, which

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