Use our free resources for your retirement planning
According to our recent research amongst people working aged 50+, £25k a year is the average income target for retirement. And nearly one in five of this group plan to change their retirement date due to the pandemic.1 Spending some time now looking at how much money you might need, and how you could fund the lifestyle you want in retirement, will be time well spent. We have some tools to help.
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Our simple online course with The Open University is designed to support you in your journey to a financially secure retirement. ‘Retirement planning made easy’ is a free course that will help you understand how much you might need in your pension pot, and ways to provide an income when you retire. It also covers options if your retirement savings fall short, and the impact that divorce and bereavement can have.
In series three of our award-winning podcast Rewirement, host Angellica Bell meets people who have some big financial questions – and she knows some money experts who have the answers. Covering everything from retiring early to the gender pension gap, listen in as our guests create their brightest financial future.
We cover a range of subjects for people approaching and in retirement. From money, property, relocating, work, relationships, families and much more, you can find more information and inspiration here.
No two retirements are the same. It’s a great time to do something that really matters to you. We share the stories of people who are living inspiring and varied retirements, from travelling the world to volunteering in their communities or returning to education.
See how much equity you could release with a lifetime mortgage, a loan secured against your home, which are available to people aged 55 (or 50 for our Payment Term Lifetime Mortgage) or over. There may be cheaper ways to borrow money.