Those currently aged 47 or younger will no longer be able to retire at 55 as government raises minimum pension age to 57. See this story for details.
Read this article explaining how the change in state retirement age may affect when you get a bus pass.
Read this article about pension pots that are going unclaimed.
See this article regarding Personal Independence Payment (PIP) rates and what happens when you retire.
Women born in the 1950s are claiming that they are being treated unfairly by the change in state pension retirement age. See the full article here.
A Universal Credit loophole which could mean that people reaching the age of retirement lose their benefit has been closed. See this article.
As life expectancy is levelling out, especially in the most deprived areas in the country, is it time to take another look at plans to raise the retirement age? See this article for more information.
When you can get a bus pass is a very simple question with a complicated answer! See this article – but it may confuse you even more!
You can’t just rely on a state pension if you want a comfortable retirement. So how much do you really need? Read this article to find out.
When you reach the age at which you are eligible to claim a state pension, what happens to your National Insurance (NI) contributions? What happens if you decide to keep working? Or if you’re self-employed? Read this article to find out more.