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Saving for retirement

Whether you’re in your 20s or your 50s, there’s a great deal you can do to create a retirement plan that suits you.

Your pension savings profile will vary depending on your age, when you want to retire and the type of retirement you want to enjoy. We can help you understand how much you’ll need, whether you’re on track for it and what income options are available.

Saving in your 20s and 30s

Time is on your side. But for every 10 years you wait, you may have to pay in double to get the same amount when you retire.

Saving in your 40s

By the time you retire, the state pension age may be higher and the pension amount lower than today.

Saving in your 50s

You may have big decisions to make about your pension. And you may have retirement savings in numerous places.

If you’re self-employed you can find out more details on saving for your future on our pensions for the self-employed page.

An essential guide to saving for retirement

Did you know a single person will need about £30,000* a year for a comfortable retirement? With the new State Pension paying a maximum of £9,339.20 per year, there’s clearly a gap.

Our guide provides you all the information you need to make sure you’re ready for the future you want.

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Source: Pension and Lifetime Savings Association - UK Retirement Living Standards October 2019.

 

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