SIPPs & retirement
Take control of your pension with our guides to SIPPs and retirement planning
Guides | 4 Apr 2014
Individual savings accounts (ISAs) and self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs) are both tax-efficient wrappers that can be used to save money for retirement. What Investment compares the two.
Guides | 3 Apr 2014
Self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs) are one way to save for your retirement. Their main advantage is the freedom to invest in whatever assets you want. Read our jargon-free guide to find out more.
Guides | 2 Apr 2014
Income drawdown is a way of taking money out of your pension without having to buy an annuity.
Feature | 28 Nov 2013
A lawyer explains what happens to pensions when a couple divorces, looking at earmarking orders, pension sharing orders, and the implications for the couple.
Feature | 15 Nov 2013
We all need to save. Whether you’re looking to get on the property ladder, planning the perfect wedding or thinking about retirement it’s important to have savings goals.
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Guides | 4 Jul 2013
Annuities provide a way to convert a pension pot you have saved over your working life into an annual sum that will be paid as long as you live.
Opinion | 1 Mar 2013
Pensions aren’t the only way to plan for retirement and in some cases may not be the best option.
Feature | 16 Nov 2012
This year sees the beginning of serious changes to the existing pension legislation in the UK.
Magazine | 1 Nov 2012
Experts predict that standard annuity rates will go on shrinking. Here's how to make the best of a bad situation.
Magazine | 1 Nov 2012
Equities, bonds, cash or property? We look at how to achieve the right mix of assets within your pension portfolio.
Guides | 5 Sep 2012
If you want to save for your retirement to supplement your basic state pension, there are two main routes: a personal pension and a workplace pension. This guide explains how they both work.
Opinion | 4 Aug 2011
Millions will now live to over 100 but can they afford it? Saga director general Dr Ros Altmann, looks at the consequences.
Opinion | 26 Jul 2011
Investors reaching retirement are making some unwise decisions when it comes to taking a tax-free lump sum. Jenny Lowe looks at the consequences...
Feature | 15 Jul 2011
Those approaching age 75 may be relieved to discover they no longer have to buy an annuity, but are the alternatives any better? Charlie Thomas investigates....
Feature | 24 Jun 2011
With so many options in the personal pensions market, Charlie Thomas identifies the risks for those looking at a self-invested personal pension (SIPP).
Guides | 31 May 2011
Since the pensions system was simplified in 2006, the popularity of SIPPs has soared. Jenny Lowe investigates the fate of their corporate sibling.