The ii?Great British Retirement Survey 2019
A real picture of life after work and the challenges of getting there
The ii Great British Retirement Survey 2019 paints a realistic picture of life after work.
Far from the cliched tanned, silver-hair couples smiling at us from cruise ships and golf courses, our research shows retirement – and navigating the route there – is not always so polished.
We are grateful to the thousands of people who spared their time to share their hopes, fears and aspirations in such detail. Whether it is to do with wealth, health, relationships or leisure, it shows just how untapped real pension attitudes are.
Latest pensions, SIPPs & ISA articles
Pension investors are moving from life insurers to low-cost Sipps – should you?
Research shows four of the top five most common sources of pension transfers are life companies.
by Faith Glasgow
A quiet revolution is underway as investors switch to SIPPs
Swathes of consumers are moving out of older pensions from well-known life company brands.
by Jemma Jackson
Moneywise Podcast: what is happening to savings rates?
Moneywise journalists also cover cash Isa trends?and how to beat debt
by Brean Horne
interactive investor comment: HMRC ISA statistics
interactive investor's experts discuss the latest ISA statistics published today by HMRC.
by Myron Jobson
ii responds to FCA pensions value for money consultation
Our head of personal finance shares her views on the latest FCA announcement.
by Moira O'Neill
Pension drawdown explained: a guide on your options, Sipps and platform fees
How does ‘flexi-access’ drawdown work? Ceri Jones explains?and examines how to use it to meet your …
by Ceri Jones
Taking money from your pension? A raid for the short-term should be ‘last resort’
What do you need to consider before dipping into?your life savings to meet?short-term needs? Steve Web…
by Steve Webb
Think you want a final salary pension transfer? Think twice
Pension transfers can release eye-popping sums of money, but the cash comes with many caveats, warns Cer…
by Ceri Jones
Natural yield strategy has become bad for your wealth
We explain why in light of the dividend drought that has emerged over the past couple of months the 'nat…
by Kyle Caldwell
Why the state pension triple lock should be axed
Editor’s Comment: the?country has taken a huge economic hit likely to rumble on for years, and it’s…
by Faith Glasgow
Does your workplace pension offer you the best value?
Auto-enrolment means millions more workers now have pensions – but are they any good? We look at what …
by Moneywise Team
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