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Thank you and goodbye from Retirement Planner

Retirement Planner is, itself, retiring on Thursday 15 October 2021.

Chris Read: Onwards and upwards

Thankfully, lockdowns are over (for now) and it's time to emerge from our caves, writes Chris Read in his final pandemic-penned column for RP

RP case studies: Ill-health early retirement

Jessica List looks at an ill-health retirement case study where a SIPP comes in handy...

Andrew Megson: Property or pension investment?

Property can be an extremely fruitful route to retirement, but individuals should be fully aware of the risks involved before committing to an investment, writes Andrew Megson

Chris Jones: It’s not unusual

Chris Jones studies the "need for uniqueness" in his latest article for Retirement Planner

Jessica List: Four questions to ask your provider about death benefits flexibility

Jessica List asks, and answers, four questions to ask pension providers about death benefits flexibility

Stephen McPhillips: Why SSAS remains a popular choice

SSAS loans to employers are now more difficult (and sometimes impossible) to arrange so why do some clients still want a to set up a new SSAS? Stephen McPhillips explains all

Lisa Webster: Flexibility key for self-employed savings

Lisa Webster looks at why flexibility is key when it comes to the savings of the self-employed

Gareth James: Should we be encouraging drawdown savers to take a Pension Wise booster...

Gareth James thinks more needs to be done to embed – but also develop – what people have learnt from their Pension Wise appointment

RP case studies: Using flexible expression of wishes to avoid death benefits pitfalls

Jessica List looks at flexible expression of wishes in her latest case study for RP
 

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