How to track down your lost pension savings
Pensions

How to track down your lost pension savings

Some straightforward detective work could reunite you with pension savings from previous jobs that you may have mislaid.
20 Dec 2021
What to do if you still have a mortgage when you retire
Mortgages

What to do if you still have a mortgage when you retire

In the next few decades, many people will be paying back their home loans well into retirement. David Prosser explains their options.
7 Dec 2021
Making sense of the new minimum pension age rules
Pensions

Making sense of the new minimum pension age rules

The rules surrounding the minimum age at which you can start tapping into your retirement savings have been tweaked, but are still confusing. David Pr…
23 Nov 2021
Put your pension on a firm footing with infrastructure assets
Pensions

Put your pension on a firm footing with infrastructure assets

Infrastructure produces reliable growth and is far less volatile than equities, says David Prosser.
8 Nov 2021
The Budget brought a short-term reprieve for investors
Budget

The Budget brought a short-term reprieve for investors

The Budget spared investors for now – so make sure you use up all your your allowances.
5 Nov 2021
How much money will you need to comfortably retire on?
Pensions

How much money will you need to comfortably retire on?

New research shows how much you might need to live comfortable life after you stop working.
25 Oct 2021
Retirement income
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Retirement income

Anyone approaching retirement – and even those some way off – need to understand how to create a sustainable and secure income for the future. It is v…
19 Oct 2021
How your pension can cut your inheritance tax bill
Pensions

How your pension can cut your inheritance tax bill

Your retirement savings can help you maximise the amount of money you leave to your family.
11 Oct 2021
Start managing your money with confidence at MoneyWeek.com
Pensions

Start managing your money with confidence at MoneyWeek.com

Our expert team’s aim is to give you clear, concise, market news and analysis that you can act on – and profit from.
1 Oct 2021
Should you defer your pension and stay in work?
Pensions

Should you defer your pension and stay in work?

The pros and cons of deferring your pension and staying in employment beyond 66 are finely balanced.
15 Sep 2021
State pensioners probably aren’t going to get an 8% pay rise next year
State pensions

State pensioners probably aren’t going to get an 8% pay rise next year

The “triple-lock” could in theory mean an 8% rise in state pensions this year. But that’s not going to happen. Saloni Sardana explains what the triple…
6 Sep 2021
I wish I knew what a drawdown was, but I’m too embarrassed to ask
Too embarrassed to ask

I wish I knew what a drawdown was, but I’m too embarrassed to ask

Drawdowns are an unfortunate part of an investor’s life. But what exactly is a drawdown?
31 Aug 2021
In a “defined contribution” pension? Cheer up!
Pensions

In a “defined contribution” pension? Cheer up!

Max King explains why today’s defined contribution pensions are in many ways better than the final salary pensions of old.
31 Aug 2021
Why you should use a salary sacrifice scheme to save more into your pension
Pensions

Why you should use a salary sacrifice scheme to save more into your pension

Salary sacrifice schemes can be a valuable perk when you are building up a pension, says David Prosser.
22 Aug 2021
How to top up your state pension
Pensions

How to top up your state pension

To get the full state pension, you will need to have made national insurance contributions for at least 35 years, But if don't qualify, you may be abl…
17 Aug 2021
The drawbacks of pension drawdown
Pensions

The drawbacks of pension drawdown

Using pension drawdown to tap your retirement savings requires careful preparation, says David Prosser.
17 Aug 2021
Beware: the government could cut tax relief on pension contributions
Pensions

Beware: the government could cut tax relief on pension contributions

The government may soon cut tax relief on private retirement savings, says David Prosser.
30 Jul 2021
Regulator to clamp down on transfers out of final salary pension schemes
Pensions

Regulator to clamp down on transfers out of final salary pension schemes

The Financial Conduct Authority wants to make it harder for people to leave final-salary pension schemes.
21 Jul 2021
Why you should consider deferring your state pension
Pensions

Why you should consider deferring your state pension

Deferring your state pension entitlement when you turn 66 still makes sense in some circumstances, says David Prosser.
6 Jul 2021
Beware: the government could come for your pension assets
Investment strategy

Beware: the government could come for your pension assets

The government desperately needs to find a pile of cash to pay for its massive debt. And there's a very attractive-looking one sitting in your pension…
25 Jun 2021
How flexible working could affect your pension
Pensions

How flexible working could affect your pension

Flexible working may have a permanent effect on how we save for retirement, says David Prosser.
23 Jun 2021
Stop living in fear of the pensions lifetime allowance
Pensions

Stop living in fear of the pensions lifetime allowance

Breaching the lifetime allowance (LTA) for pension savings can be expensive. So how can you cut the cost?
22 Jun 2021
Buying foreign shares is easier than you think – here's how to do it
Investment strategy

Buying foreign shares is easier than you think – here's how to do it

UK investors are increasingly turning their attention to shares listed in the US and beyond. Cris Sholto Heaton looks at five common questions about t…
11 Jun 2021
Why it might be better to delay saving for your retirement
Pensions

Why it might be better to delay saving for your retirement

We are advised to put aside as much as we can as early as possible. But is that always sensible?
8 Jun 2021