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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.
Taking early retirement due to an illness or disability can have an impact on the pension and benefits you're entitled to. Read on to learn more.
Use the free Money Advice Service pension calculator to estimate your retirement income; including income from workplace schemes, private pension contributions, plus State Pension entitlement age and more
Pensions might seem complicated but it’s worth understanding their benefits and how they work. You’ll need to have money in your retirement, so here are the advantages of using a pension
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.
Retirement income tool
Retirement can bring significant financial changes. Here’s a range of tips and ideas to help you manage the transition
Includes retirement advice, types of pension and retirement income, and information on automatic enrolment
This retirement option lets you use your pension pot a bit like a savings account, taking cash as and when you need it. Here’s how it works, including the tax implications and the risks involved
Your retirement money needs to last as long as you do. Make sure you have enough to live on for the whole of your retirement.
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