Retirement planning in your 60s

Retirement planning in your 60s is a time to finalise your plans for what you’re going to do when you retire and look back at the years of hard work that are almost behind you.

Fighting pension fraud

Pension liberation scammers want to separate you from your hard-earned savings – financial journalist Gill Wadsworth explains what to look out for

Soap opera retirements - bursting the bubble

What kind of retirement could some of the nation’s most loved – or hated – soap characters expect? And can they tell us about planning for retirement?

Retiring with confidence - it pays to be prepared

Annie Shaw, money expert and financial commentator, shares her views on the brand new Skipton Building Society Retirement Index and why it’s never too early to start planning for life ahead

Lasting Power of Attorney

What might happen to your affairs if you were unable to make your own decisions? Financial journalist Kara Gammell examines the role Lasting Power of Attorney can play in Legacy Planning

5 simple tricks to make over your finances

Does payday always seem a little too far away? Financial writer Kara Gammell shares a few simple tricks to help make your money go that bit further

Life’s too short for sugarcraft…!

The Calendar Girls speak to retiresavvy about their thoughts on retirement, why they’re busier than ever and why it’s important to plan ahead.

Retiree bucket lists

What do you want to achieve in retirement? Travel the world? Learn to play a musical instrument? Write a best selling novel? Retiresavvy looks at bucket lists

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