Knutsford Personal Financial Planning

Knutsford Personal Financial Planning

Have you got a tailored plan that can show you the impact of every pound you spend on your finances later in life? For most of us, the answer to that is going to be “no”. That’s where a Knutsford Financial Planning team can help you and your family plan for the future.

Most people go through their life with goals such as being debt free by a certain age; retiring from work; and then spending their time doing whatever they want to do.

We say: Life is for living. We want to show you how you can plan for your future today while still having a comfortable life in the present.

Knutsford Financial Planning

Knutsford Financial Planning

Our Knutsford Financial Planning team will produce you a Knutsford lifetime cash flow modelling report. Immediately, you can see the effects of what would happen in the future if you were to retire a year earlier or choose to see the pyramids at the age of 55. Right in front of your eyes, with a click, our software gives you the answers you need for almost any scenario you can come up with.

Once you are happy with the plan, our Knutsford financial advisers produce a more detailed report that shows every pound of income and expenditure from now until the age of 100. It will be the first time in your life you will have seen your full financial future mapped out.

Personal Financial Planning Knutsford

Personal Financial Planning Knutsford

It’s time to stop guessing about the future and begin to think about how your income and assets can support you in living the life you really want, free from worry. Just complete the contact form, or call our Knutsford financial planners today on 01565 817122. Your first hour-long Knutsford Financial Planning review session with a member of our Knutsford IFA team is completely FREE and with no obligation.

UK Government confirms the minimum private pension age to rise to 57 from age 55, in 2028

The UK Government has confirmed the minimum private pension age will increase from 55 to 57 in 2028.

It announced the increase back in 2014 but did not include provisions in legislation for it to be implemented.

MP Stephen Timms, who heads the work and pensions select committee, asked about the government’s plans regarding the increase in parliament. 

Responding to the questions, economic secretary to the Treasury John Glen said: “In 2014 the government announced it would increase the minimum pension age to 57 from 2028, reflecting trends in longevity and encouraging individuals to remain in work, while also helping to ensure pension savings provide for later life.”

Commenting on the news Aegon pensions director Steven Cameron says: “The government has confirmed it is to proceed with an increase in the age at which people can access their pension. Currently, under the hugely popular pension freedoms, individuals can access their pension from age 55. This is to increase to age 57 from 2028.

“The government did indicate back in 2014 its intention to do this, but didn’t include provisions in legislation, leading to uncertainty over whether the change was still planned. This latest announcement confirms the change will happen meaning those retiring in future will have to wait longer to access their pension. It will be particularly impactful on those who were due to reach their 55th birthday just after the cut off, sometime in 2028.

“It’s now imperative that both government and industry make sure this change is clear to all those saving in pensions. We can’t afford a repeat of the Government communication gaps which left many women to find out too late that their state pension age was increasing from 60 to 65.”

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