When your children move out
Then, at some point, they move out. It’s part of life and a big step for them as they enter a wider world. But it’s a time of mixed emotions for you. There may be joy that your life is yours again, but also sadness that it’s the end of an era – and, possibly, that you feel less ‘needed’ than you once did. Your home may also seem quieter and emptier than it once was. We have some financial ideas to help you cope with the challenges and find new opportunities.
Other life moments
Planning for university
University can help your children achieve their dreams, but it may come with a significant cost attached. We look at some of the ways you can prepare for the opportunity.Find out more
Setting up a business
Working for yourself can be an amazing opportunity to spend your time doing what you want. But it can mean new challenges as well. Here are some ideas to help.Find out more
The value of investments can go down as well as up, so you may not get back what you invest. Tax treatment will depend on your personal circumstances and tax rules may change in the future. If you are unsure whether an investment is suitable for you, you should contact an authorised financial adviser.