Dont you just love April? Spring is springing, the weather's getting better and summer is just around the corner. Oh, and there are all those new employment laws and changes to pay and working practices to start getting on top of. Fortunately, this year weve compiled our list of things you need to be considering as the new financial year kicks into life. Ready? Here goes
It used to be simple. You worked until you were 60 or 65, paid your stamp and when your landmark birthday arrived retired on the State Pension. But then we all started living much longer and the economics of this simple age simply didnt add up any more. And so today, we have a hugely varied pensions landscape which, more often than not, leaves most of us scratching our heads with complete and utter bewilderment. So heres a few basic facts about the State Pension to put you on the right lines.