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Is Your Current Pension Plan “Retirement Ready”? A Pension Review

Today we wanted to look at how to complete a pension review for those of us who dream of a comfortable lifestyle post-retirement. If you are lucky enough to have a high quality of life and like to experience some luxury, it’s important to make sure you save a significant sum to keep you going for the decades after your retirement. So how do you know if you are ready to retire? What should your pension pot look like? Here’s some

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How Your Pension Can Save You Inheritance Tax

Saving into a pension can be a great way to make sure you have enough money to live comfortably after your retirement. However, a well-saved pension can also make sure that you look after your family after you are gone. Many people do not realise that a pension can mean your family can receive your pension pot. This pension pot can often be passed on completely Inheritance Tax-free… However, what is Inheritance Tax and why do we pay it? Is

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Tracing Your Lost Pension Pot

Although many of us have been in the same job for a longer period, the average worker holds between 10 and 15 jobs in their lifetime. If you have held onto each of these jobs for a significant time, you will more than likely have a significant pension pot provided you were enrolled into a scheme. Many of us lose track of some of these pensions along the way, and later in life wonder what happened to these lost pension