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Plummeting Pound Spells Disaster for Overseas Pensioners The current pension crisis affects most of us, but none more so than those who spend their retirement abroad. One of the benefits of reaching retirement age in the 21st Century is that … Continue reading →
Property Wealth Hits New High – But Other Investments Still Struggling Pensioners are wealthier than ever thanks to sky-rocketing house prices. Yet with other investments performing badly, cash can still be a problem. Ever-increasing property prices might be bad news … Continue reading →
Unlock Your Pension to Pay Off Debts More people than ever are facing serious levels of debt when they reach retirement age. Release some money from your pension to pay off debts today. A recent study by the well-known insurer … Continue reading →
Acting is a very dynamic career. It is physically demanding, sometimes requiring rapid weight loss or gain, fight scenes and long, breathy soliloquies. Yet somehow there is a small clique of acting professionals that remain unphased by both the psychological … Continue reading →
Current Generation of Pensioners Could be the Wealthiest Ever The incomes of retired households have risen by a remarkable £2,500 over the past nine years, while those of working households has fallen by £300. Today’s pensioners could be the luckiest … Continue reading →
Can I cash in my pension under 55? Would you like the idea of getting £1000’s from your pension under 55? Can you really release CASH from your UK pension? The short answer is yes! There could be some tax … Continue reading →