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Pension Advice: Save Thousands By Shopping Around

At Pension Finder, our mission is to help you find the best pension advice   and aim to connect you with a specialist that has the ability to find pension solutions suited to your individual needs. As life expectancy has risen in areas such as the Home Counties, there is a real possibility that pension savings could

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Pension Advice Critical As Millions Have No Pension Plan At Age 50

When it comes to providing pension advice, the best tip we can give you is: Don’t rely on the state pension to sustain you in old age! According to a recent report, an estimated 6 million UK citizens over the age of 50 don’t have a pension plan of any description. Approximately 1.2 million people

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Pension Advice You Can Take To The Bank!

You would be forgiven for believing that it is easy to get good pension advice online. After all, there are millions of words on the internet dedicated to helping UK citizens get the very best pension for their individual circumstances. The problem is, only a small percentage of the information you see online is written

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Change of circumstance or income
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Keep your pension and financial planning on track Pensions are a long-term commitment.  However, rarely do people’s financial circumstances stay the same year after year, let alone decade after decade.  Some years are good, perhaps following a pay rise, good bonus or unexpected windfall.  Other years can be tough financially – a new addition to

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Company anxious about auto-enrolment
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NOTE: This article is subject to changes – especially if NEST is pulled or ISAs included following nest’s review.  Once the dust has cleared on the budget cuts and how the DWP is affected, you may want to do a very practical check list of things to do to prepare for auto-enrolment. How employers will be affected

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Statements arrived- pension performance worries
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Take control of you pension planning The recent Credit Crunch and economic downturn that followed meant that stock markets the world over have fallen.  For many people saving for their retirement in a money purchase pension scheme this meant a reduction in the value of their pension funds.  If you have recently received your pension

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Preparing for your retirement
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As you approach retirement you’ll be faced with some of the most important financial decision of your life.   It is highly advisable that you start your preparation well in advance of your selected retirement date. You’ll need to consider your anticipated income in retirement, including your pension and any savings or investment income.  As you

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Losing your job and your pension
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It’s a sign of the times that unemployment is on the rise.  If you’re facing redundancy it is important to know how your pension planning could be affected by your job loss and the option available to you. The extent to which your pension planning will be affected depends on several factors, including the type

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Your pension rights and divorce
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Not only does going through a divorce affect you emotionally, but it can have devastating affect on your finances now…. and in retirement. Following a divorce, both you and your ex-spouse will need to divide your assets – including any pension rights. When you go to court to settle your divorce, the court will take

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