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Planning your retirement, automatic enrolment, types of pension and retirement income
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Use our Mortgage Calculator to find out your monthly mortgage payments including the repayment and interest payment.
Use the Money Advice Service mortgage affordability calculator to find out how much mortgage you can afford to borrow for your new house
Retirement interest-only mortgages are a financial product aimed at pensioners, the over 55s and over 60s, where you only pay off the interest every month.
Equity release is a way of accessing the cash in your property, by taking out a loan secured on your home, either as a lump-sum or in instalments.
Mortgages are a major financial responsibility. Make sure you understand what you are taking on before you commit to one
Lifetime mortgages allow homeowners over 60 to release some of the equity in their home to pay for care, without moving
Understand how lifetime mortgages work and what you need to consider before taking one out
Learn about different kinds of mortgages, from repayment and interest-only to shared equity and buy-to-let.
How shared equity or Partnership Mortgages work, the pros and cons and who they are suitable for
Guide to price comparison sites for mortgages, savings accounts and gas and electricity. Which price comparison websites to use and how to find the best deal.
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