retirement

Win £1,000: Take the Great British Retirement Survey

Take part in our new survey and you could be in with a chance of winning £1,000 or one of five £100 shopping vouchers.

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End to 'unnecessary' disabled pensioner benefit assessments, Amber Rudd announces

The government will no longer force disabled pensioners to undergo benefit assessments, the work and pensions secretary has announced.

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More than half of Brits expect to work past state pension age because they haven't saved enough for retirement

Most British adults now expect to keep working past state retirement age because they do not have enough saved in their pension, with many expecting to turn to the 'gig economy' or temporary work, a new survey shows.

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Buy to let: is it still worth it?

Pensions versus investing in property is an age-old dilemma for those facing retirement, but as the government clamps downs on landlords’ tax perks, buy to let may finally be losing its lustre

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Elderly care postcode lottery: Over 65s in some areas are SIX TIMES more likely to get full funding than in others

Over 65s face significant disparities in state-backed care depending on the area of the UK they live in.

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New pension rules to prevent retirees from making poor decisions proposed by regulator

The financial watchdog the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has launched a consultation on new rules that aim to stop retirees from making poor decisions about how they invest their pensions.

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Pensions committee investigates why WASPI complaints are being closed ahead of state pension age judicial review

The parliamentary Work and Pensions Select Committee is investigating why complaint cases from women affected by state pension age changes have been closed ahead of a judicial review. 

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Care home provider Care UK faces legal action after refusing to pay customers £3 million in compensation over 'misleading' fees

Care UK, one of the UK’s largest care home providers, is refusing to pay £3 million in compensation over claims it ripped off customers.

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Historic rise in state pension age could cost people up to £8,000

The state pension age is rising today for millions of people, potentially costing them thousands of pounds.

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