Research suggests that two-thirds of retirees risk running out of money. As well as understanding what income your pension will provide, there are risks to be aware of too.
The theme for this year’s World Environment Day is ecosystems. The protection and restoration of ecosystems is a huge task, but one we can all take small steps to achieve.
As property wealth climbs to £6 trillion, more people are using equity release to access this wealth in retirement. It could boost your income, but there are drawbacks too.
Half of UK adults say Covid-19 has prompted them to seek financial advice. However, long-term financial planning can mean families are more financially resilient the next time there is a crisis.
If you’re a new parent, taking these five financial steps can help provide security for your family now and in the long term.
While retirement may be some way off for Generation X, changes to pensions, lifestyle and the State Pension means they need to engage with retirement planning now to ensure security in the future.
One overlooked retirement risk is inflation. Without careful planning, inflation can mean your retirement savings don’t go as far in your later years. Here are three ways you can manage inflation risk.
There was great news for savers today as personal finances were largely untouched by reforms announced on “tax day”. Here’s your summary of the key announcements.
The chancellor is facing calls to scrap Stamp Duty. While it’s an unpopular tax, it’s likely some alternative would needed as residential property sales raise around £8.4 billion every year.
First-time buyers, have you considered financial protection? The risk could be higher than you think
Taking out a mortgage is a huge financial commitment and creating a safety net to ensure you can pay if something unexpected happens is important. One thing to consider is financial protection.