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Site – retirementadvantage.com/blog
About Site – Retirement Advantage provides simple, secure and flexible retirement income and equity release solutions. Read our blog covering retirement, pensions, health & finance from Retirement Advantage, the award-winning retirement specialists.
Site – iretiredyoung.net/blog
About Site – I retired young, and so far it’s been great. I was 47 years old, had fallen out of love with my job, so I quit. That was a scary decision – I didn’t know how much it would cost to live or what I would do with my extra free time. I decided to blog about my journey to financial freedom and my early retirement experience. I hope it may help others in a similar situation. Blog by David Cox.
Site – retirementinvestingtoday.com
About Site – RetirementInvestingToday analyses the economic data, market data and and investing strategies that I am using to reach Early Retirement. Our mission is to achieve Early Retirement by maximising salary contributions, minimising fees, minimising taxes, maximising return through tactical allocations and minimising investing mistakes.
Site – fixmypension.com/blog
About Site – Andrew Colyer-Worsell, Specialist pensions and retirement planner with over 30 years experience. Nowadays people have many pensions from previous employments – let us help you unravel them. You may have lost or forgotten pensions – let us find them for you. You may be coming up to retirement and are confused about your options – let us explain them in jargon free language.
Site – assuredretirement.co.uk/blog
About Site – Assured Retirement Limited was created to provide a new range of simplified pension products designed for those who wish to access their pension savings in a flexible and lost cost manner. Our mission is to provide flexible retirement choices at the lowest possible cost.
Site – crackingretirement.com
About Site – I took early retirement in 2011, having just turned 56. Over the past 5 years, I have been making the most of all the free time that retirement brings. I’m fortunate enough to be healthy and also have enough money to indulge my passions of travel, investing and working with metal of all shapes and styles.
Site – juliasplace.org.uk
About Site – Musings of a retired but not retiring woman. This blog is a chance for me to share my experience of getting that balance between work and life. Even as a retired person you still work so I write about my adventures with travel, food, routines, finding a role and hopefully giving others ideas of how to strike that balance whether you are in paid work or not.
Site – williamburrows.co.uk/blog
About Site – William Burrows is a financial adviser with Better Retirement and author of acclaimed retirement guides including “Retirement is a journey not an event” and “You and Your Pension Pot”. William Burrows and Better Retirement will be pleased to help you make the right decisions at any stage of your retirement journey.
Site – johnbrassey.blogspot.com
About Site – Blog by John Brassey ex MD of Instanta. I retired year back but have continued blogging after enjoying writing Instanta’s blog for several years.This blog is charting our retirement and now and then there may be some words of helpful advice to businesses gained from my 40 years experience.
About Site – Award Winning Wealth Management Consultants, Retirement and Pension Specialist Financial Adviser serving Hampshire and Dorset. We provide clarity and peace of mind to those planning, or already enjoying their retirement.
Site – retireeasy.co.uk/news/blog
About Site – The RetireEasy ‘LifePlan’ retirement planner is a online tool enabling the creation of a comprehensive plan for retirement, empowering retirees to visualise future income, expenses & deal with multiple scenarios. Our key aim is to try & remove some of the fear for those entering later life by providing an online retirement planner that is free, easy-to use, intuitive & easy to understand.
Site – motorhomedreamer.com
About Site – A tale of early retirement in the UK, motorhomes and life in general. Fifty something semi-retired chap who enjoys life on the open road. Burdened with humour, patience, a runty dog, two daughters, oh! and the Other Half.
Site – aretirementblog.blogspot.com
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About Site – Caree Risover charts her retirement through planning to implementation and enjoyment. Caree Risover shares retired pleasure, thought, creativity and adventure.
About Site – Blog by Ian Hurdley, Retired psychologist, getting angrier as I get older. Catholic trying to love everyone but finding it very difficult at times. opinionated and vocal.