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Retirement spending surprises

Recent research casts a new light on the spending habits of retirees, with expenditure increasing year-on-year between the ages of 62 and 80, contrary to popular opinion. Do you need to review your retirement plans for this new reality?

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Auto-enrolment: an unusual success story

The success of automatic pension enrolment was recently underlined by new data from the ONS, but if you’re self-employed or only making minimum contributions, you may need to review your retirement planning.

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The state of retirement in 2022

An annual survey has provided an interesting snapshot of people who have or plan to retire in 2022. Are your #retirement plans on track? Wherever you are in your planning, the research offers some important insights.

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England’s social care cost cap

The government has revealed more information on how the £86,000 social care cost cap will work in practice, which is less generous than expected. Have you factored the cost of care in your retirement plans?

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