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Living longer, what does it mean financially.

Explains how a longer life impacts us financially and gives you first tips how to plan for your retirement.

7 mins read.


Define your retirement plan - 4 step self-learning module.

In Module 4, Chapter 3 you'll learn how to calculate your amounts, your options and how to put in place your retirement plan.

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Money Fundamentals: a 3-week, instructor-led course.

For every woman who doesn't know quite where to begin their journey to financial freedom and wants to get started.

3 money classes.

With membership starting from £0 you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

Why women need to plan differently for retirement than men

Financial resilience tips for your longer life.


Start yearly.

When it comes to saving for retirement, time is on your side! The earlier you start, the easier it is. That's because you save more money in a longer timeframe. For those of you who are considering investing your retirement money, the long time period is also helpful to manage risk.


Understand your options.

There are many different planning for retirement options. Understanding the pro's and cons, what they cost and how they work might take a little bit of time, but it is worth it. 


Discuss retirement with your partner.

Just moved in together? Having a baby? Getting a divorce? Whatever your circumstances, discuss with your partner what these life moments mean for your retirement and find solutions together to avoid you being at a disadvantage later on. 


Consider the effects of part-time work & long-term care.

Part-time work can make a huge impact on your retirement. Similarly, many people forget to factor the costs of long-term care into their retirement plan. Knowing all your potential future needs, as well as how much you can afford to put into your retirement will help you to plan.


Keep an overview & stay consistent.

Whether your changing jobs, partners, countries, or homes, try to keep your records clean, including an up-to-date overview of your retirement funds. In many cases, people have up to 6 different retirement plans. It might not always be possible, but try to stay as consistent with your saving patterns as possible. It makes a huge difference over time.

Webinar: Tips for a healthy retirement.

Our special guest, Daniella Jenkins, talks about:

  • how life will look like in the future
  • biggest opportunities and risks for our pensions
  • tips what you can do

Free webinar, watching time: 20 mins.