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At The Complete Pension Guide 2017, we have a dedicated team who have written articles on a number of pension related topics which we think will be helpful to you.
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A survey early this year found that around one in five people intended to live on just the State pension in retirement.* Unfortunately, few people realise just how little they will get from the State. As of April 2016 a full basic weekly State pension will be just £97.65 for a single person and £156.15
Currently, many workers do not join their employer’s pension scheme and so miss out on valuable pension benefits. Auto-enrolment of staff is designed to overcome this problem. Under current legislation auto-enrolment in occupational pensions will be introduced in October 2017. The new rules require employers to auto-enrol all employees earning more than £5,000 per annum
We all want to enjoy retirement and make the most of our time when we’ve finally finish work. And for some of us, this means giving up work before we reach 65. Whether you want to travel the world, move to a warmer climate, or just put your feet up and relax, early retirement will
While the rules governing pension and the options available can be complex, the general ideal of a money purchase pension scheme is quite straight forward. The member of the scheme makes contributions which are placed in one or more professionally managed pension funds. These funds then invest in a range of stock and shares, bonds,
There is no doubt, joining a pension scheme can be confusing. Once you’ve made your move and started pay contributions you may assume that it is it . . . it’s sorted. But pensions are a long term commitment. The chances are your life is going to change during the next 20 or 30 years.