What will you receive from the state in your retirement?
The State Pension is a vital source of income for millions of retired people across Britain. However, the system can be complex and it’s important that you know how it works. If you’re looking to maximise your income in retirement, a good place to start is with your State Pension.
Guide to State Pensions
You can carry on working and paying National Insurance contributions until you meet State Pension age. You can also apply for National Insurance credits, which can fill gaps in your record.
Is my state pension likely to be enough?
Many people may be looking to rely on the State Pension to provide them with income in retirement. However, the amount received is not generous by any standard and as a result, the onus is on individuals to take personal responsibility to save for retirement.
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If you would like to start a conversation about your retirement options, please contact us for further information – we look forward to hearing from you.
This document is for information only and should not be construed as advice or an offer, invitation or solicitation to enter into any financial obligation, activity or promotion of any kind. Please talk to your Financial Adviser as to the suitability of any investment.