Independent Financial Advisor in Lincoln discusses income protection - picture of coins
Pensions
April 17, 2017

Self-Employed Advised to Plan for Retirement 3>

It is the case that many self-employed workers do not have sufficient pension saving plans in place to provide an income for their retirement. While many employed workers have had the opportunity of auto-enrolment workplace…
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Retire Comfortably
Pensions
April 10, 2017

How Much do you Need for a Comfortable Retirement? 3>

When it comes to retirement and the amount of money you will need to live comfortably in your later years there are no hard and fast rules and the amount will vary depending on your…
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Big Ben - Financial Advisor in Lincoln discusses the new Spring budget
PensionsSavings
April 5, 2017

Spring Budget: How Could it Affect your Savings and Pensions? 3>

Chancellor Philip Hammond recently announced plans for the Spring budget, as part of these plans new rules on pensions, individual savings accounts (ISAs), income tax and inheritance tax (IHT) are set to come into force…
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Independent Financial Adviser in Nottingham discusses pension funds
Pensions
March 17, 2017

Pensions 2017: How Changes May Affect You 3>

This year is likely to witness many changes that could affect your pensions, such as Brexit, a threat to tax relief and the change to the state pension age, but how could these changes affect…
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IFA in Lincoln discusses what to do if you lose track of your pension
Pensions
February 26, 2017

What to do if you have Lost Track of your Pension 3>

It is estimated that one in five people have lost track of at least one of their pensions, with two in five being unsure of how much they have put into their pension pot. Losing…
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Financial Adviser in Boston talks about consolidating your pension pot
Pensions
December 6, 2016

Consolidating your Pension Pot 3>

Like many people you may have considered moving or consolidation your pensions to another scheme or provider to achieve better fund performance, lower charges, improve death benefits, increase flexibility for taking the benefits, or simply…
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Pensions
December 5, 2016

Time is running out 3>

I’ve written a number of times on the popular subject of income generation. There is one option currently available for certain people but will be unavailable from Wednesday 5th April 2017 and which is unknown…
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Pensions
November 9, 2016

Single-tier state pensions 3>

State pension entitlements have been simplified with the introduction of the of the new single-tier pension last April. The government placed great emphasis on the amount of the new single-tier state pension of £155.65. This…
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IFA in Lincoln discusses what to do if you lose track of your pension
Pensions
October 25, 2016

Yesterday I was a millionaire, today I’m living on £22,000 a year 3>

For a 65 year old non-smoker male in good health, looking to purchase a conventional, inflation linked annuity including a 50% spouse’s benefit, £1M will buy him approximately £22,200 per annum (source: IRESS Exchange). Would…
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Financial Adviser Lincolnshire discusses pensions for the self employed
Pensions
October 4, 2016

Pensions For The Self-Employed 3>

If you are self-employed, saving into a pension can be a harder habit to develop as you will not qualify for an auto enrolment pension, there are no employer contributions and irregular income patterns can…
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