Retirement Planning

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Retirees 46% worse off today than 10 years ago

Ten years on from the credit crunch and we’re still feeling the after-effects of the financial crisis. Retirees are achieving typical annuity incomes of 46% less than in 2007*.Read more

Couple making a digital will

Should you get a digital will?

In the pre-internet day, death was a relatively simple affair. The belongings of the deceased would be sorted through, boxed up, and divided among family and friends to act as a tangible reminder of a life. A will, often called a “Last Will and Testament”, is a legal document that allows a person to give instructions on what to do with their possessions once they pass away. It is also used so that people can declare a legal guardian for their children in the event of their death.

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Britain’s longest walking trails

Britain is home to some of the most beautiful walks. Venture through stunning countryside or striking cities, along valleys and coastal paths, across rivers and streams, or through fields and woodlands. If you’re up for a real challenge, why not try one of Britain’s longest walks?

How Far?

We’ve listed some of the longest walks in Britain. Here’s a quick look at how long they are, their difficulty and how long they can take.

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