The State Pension age is set to rise to 66 shortly and then to 67 in 2028. The Government announced last week that private pension access would rise in line with the second change to 57 at the same time.
Our advisers go above and beyond for their clients, especially when life gets tough. A great example is this case study by Neil Sadler, which highlights how our advisers can help with the decision-making process.
We are now 10 years out from the last big market event and investors may have started to forget that what goes up can also go down. The question is, by how much and could you afford to ride out a worst-case scenario? Neil Sadler explains...
The Pensions Dashboard - A central register would show every old pension and perhaps also a link into the State Pension, thereby giving people some inkling of what they might have in their pot now and therefore at least a clue toward how much they might have by the time they look to retire.