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Inflation set to hit pensioners especially hard

Retirees will be particularly hard by soaring inflation in coming years, new research from Which? Money has revealed. We’ve looked beyond the headline rates of inflation to identify the particular...

Private pensions give £10,000-a-year boost in retirement: five ways to maximise yours

People who have saved into a private pension are better off to the tune of £10,000 a year on average, according to a new study carried out by the Office for...

Women expect to be £6,000 worse off than men in retirement: how to boost your income

New figures published today show a £6,000 gap in the annual income expected by women in retirement compared to men.  Insurance company Prudential found women expect to retire on an annual...

Millions of self-employed workers have no retirement plan

Millions of self-employed workers are approaching retirement age with no pension, according to a new survey. Insurer Aegon polled self-employed workers aged 55 to 65 and found that one in...

Revealed: how much you need to save for a happy retirement

Are you saving enough for retirement? New Which? research reveals that people aged 20 need to be putting away at least £131 a month to have a comfortable retirement, while...

Is the lifetime Isa set to be a flop?

With only weeks until the lifetime Isa launches, not a single bank or building society can confirm it is ready to offer one, and many other Isa providers say they...

Is your state pension forecast inaccurate?

Millions of people may have received inaccurate forecasts from the government’s online state pension calculator, according to a new investigation.  The Sunday Times reports that those with defined-benefit workplace pensions...

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