Posts In Retirement Planning

Want to retire a millionaire? It’s not as hard as you think

Want to retire a millionaire? It’s not as hard as you think

A lot of people would love to retire as a millionaire but most of us dismiss it as a pipe dream. However, if you start early enough and show some dedication to saving, it really isn’t. Check out Jamie Bubb-Sacklyn's latest blog to find out how you can reach millionaire status more easily than you think.

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Jamie Bubb-Sacklyn

Jamie Bubb-Sacklyn

Posted on September 17, 2018 in Retirement Planning.

Are you heading for a comfortable retirement?

Are you heading for a comfortable retirement?

Do you know how much retirement income your pensions will provide? Many people will suspect their existing pensions won’t be enough. Unfortunately, they may well be right. Most of us are saving less than we need to for the retirement income we would like to have. In his latest blog, Jamie Bubb-Sacklyn has put together a six-step guide could help you get your retirement planning on track.

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Jamie Bubb-Sacklyn

Jamie Bubb-Sacklyn

Posted on September 03, 2018 in Retirement Planning.

The importance of financial goal setting while working in the UN

The importance of financial goal setting while working in the UN

For expats who relocate every two to three years through their jobs, it's no wonder that this ‘short-term placement syndrome’ creates a great deal of uncertainty when it comes to financial planning. Carl Turner discusses why it's important for expats to set clear financial goals with expert tips on how to do this.

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Carl Turner

Carl Turner

Posted on March 05, 2018 in Retirement Planning.

15 small changes that could kickstart your savings habit

15 small changes that could kickstart your savings habit

Tom Henson talks about how making small changes to your spending habits can free up cash to save for your retirement.

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Tom Henson

Tom Henson

Posted on January 24, 2018 in Retirement Planning.

The coin rotation paradox and a lesson in retirement saving

The coin rotation paradox and a lesson in retirement saving

There are millions of people around the world assuming that they are going to be able to retire in their early sixties with enough to live off until they breathe their last. In his debut blog, Infinity's Tom Henson discusses people's incorrect assumptions about money and why saving regularly for your retirement is more essential than you think.

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Tom Henson

Tom Henson

Posted on December 08, 2017 in Retirement Planning.

The best places for expats to retire in Latin America

The best places for expats to retire in Latin America

Latin America is a popular choice for international expatriate retirees and it is not difficult to see why. Carl Turner lists the top five retirement hotspots across the continent according to the International Living Retirement Index 2017.

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Carl Turner

Carl Turner

Posted on November 22, 2017 in Retirement Planning.

The best places for expats to retire in Asia

The best places for expats to retire in Asia

The end of your working life can be an exciting time, and more and more expats are moving to another country to to make a nest egg go further. Asia is hard to beat when choosing a retirement destination - Carl Turner lists the best countries for expats to retire in Asia and what makes them so appealing.

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Carl Turner

Carl Turner

Posted on November 14, 2017 in Retirement Planning.

Financial Conduct Authority issues warning to firms advising on pension transfers

Financial Conduct Authority issues warning to firms advising on pension transfers

Infinity's Sam Barrie looks at the UK's Financial Conduct Authority's warning to firms about misleading or unscrupulous advice about pension transfers and why 50% of the time he recommends that pensions are best kept in the UK.

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Sam Barrie

Sam Barrie

Posted on February 03, 2017 in Retirement Planning.

How much do I need to retire?

How much do I need to retire?

Infinity's Sam Barrie takes a look at saving for retirement.

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Sam Barrie

Sam Barrie

Posted on January 22, 2017 in Retirement Planning.

Don’t be nonchalant about your retirement – it’s no laughing matter

Don’t be nonchalant about your retirement – it’s no laughing matter

The laughter stops when there is no money in the pot!
Infinity's Lynda Calver outlines the potentially serious consequences of having a blasé attitude to financial planning.

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Lynda Calver

Lynda Calver

Posted on November 19, 2015 in Retirement Planning.

Financing for the Future: The Power of Compound Interest

Financing for the Future: The Power of Compound Interest

In Joe Regan's debut post he looks at the power of compound interest something described by Albert Einstein as, 'the greatest mathematical discovery of all time'

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Joseph Regan

Joseph Regan

Posted on October 28, 2015 in Retirement Planning.

Retirement planning - make it one less thing to worry about

Retirement planning - make it one less thing to worry about

Paul Dodd explains why life's complicated enough without trying to figure out your pension arrangements by yourself. Let a financial planner help lift the burden.

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Paul Dodd

Paul Dodd

Posted on June 16, 2015 in Retirement Planning.

Who will fund your retirement?

Who will fund your retirement?

Figures from the United States show that millions of people are facing a serious financial shortfall for their retirement. Americans are not alone and, as Lynda Calver, reports everyone should ask themselves how they will fund their retirement.

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Lynda Calver

Lynda Calver

Posted on June 14, 2015 in Retirement Planning.

Basic UK retirees pension requirements top £10,000 per year

Basic UK retirees pension requirements top £10,000 per year

UK pensioners need more than the state pension just to meet their most basic living requirements according to the latest figures. Philip Howell-Williams investigates.

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Philip Howell-Williams

Philip Howell-Williams

Posted on April 14, 2015 in Retirement Planning.

Saving for retirement is good for your health!

Saving for retirement is good for your health!

A study published in the US reveals that the act of saving for your retirement is not only good for your financial health but can also aid your physical wellbeing. Paul Dodd investigates.

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Paul Dodd

Paul Dodd

Posted on April 10, 2015 in Retirement Planning.

Saving for your retirement: time is key

Saving for your retirement: time is key

Philip Howell-Williams looks at why time is the key when it comes to working towards a comfortable retirement

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Philip Howell-Williams

Philip Howell-Williams

Posted on April 07, 2015 in Retirement Planning.

The golden age of pensions - we will never have it so good

The golden age of pensions - we will never have it so good

Paul Dodd sees an end to a halcyon period for pensions and warns that people need to save for retirement.

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Paul Dodd

Paul Dodd

Posted on November 05, 2014 in Retirement Planning.

Start saving now to retire before 70

Start saving now to retire before 70

UK citizens starting work today will not be able to claim their state pension until they reach 70, and already the government admits it's not enough to live on! Carl Turner explains that if you have higher ambitions for your retirement it's time to start saving now.

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Carl Turner

Carl Turner

Posted on September 09, 2014 in Retirement Planning.

Retirement planning – a marathon not a sprint

Retirement planning – a marathon not a sprint

Paul Dodd uses a number of sporting analogies to explain why long term planning pays when it comes to plotting your path to a better retirement.

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Paul Dodd

Paul Dodd

Posted on August 27, 2014 in Retirement Planning.