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  • Plan for Retirement | Free Retirement Planner | Planning a Retirement | RetireEasy
    View the Demo Start planning today It s FREE Take the tour What the press are saying about RetireEasy I don t often plug products but I think that RetireEasy is offering the holy grail solution that many of you have been waiting for Moira O Neill Personal Finance Editor Investors Chronicle read more the software enables users to enter myriad combinations of assets and income including pensions isas and business and property interests Richard Dyson Personal Finance Editor The Mail on Sunday read more The service is likely to prove popular with retired accountants although it is simple enough for anyone to use Lorna Bourke Citywire Money read more It s easy to set up and presented in a clear appealing format allowing you to produce a plan for future income and expenditure Which co uk read more prev next Safe and sound More on security RetireEasy 2016 Terms Conditions Privacy Policy SaaS Solutions from Cyber Duck Follow us LinkedIn Facebook Twitter More information Navigation About us What is RetireEasy How it works Accolades FAQs Security News Press Contact Privacy Policy Terms Conditions Info Retirement Planning Retirement Plans Pension Calculator Pension Plans Retirement Income Retirement Annuity Planning for Retirement

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  • Gilt Yields Up! | RetireEasy News
    Tools Overview Helpful guides Alerts updates Case studies FAQs Glossary Videos Company About RetireEasy Team Contact Accolades Blog Press Releases News Articles Alerts Updates Helpful Guides Gilt Yields Up 21st January 2013 by RetireEasy The gilt yield used to calculate drawdown income limits rose to 25 for reviews in February 2013 We also understand that the Government are in talks with the pensions industry to determine a fairer basis in calculating drawdown limits You can rely on RetireEasy to keep you up to date with developments Next post RetireEasy 2016 Terms Conditions Privacy Policy SaaS Solutions from Cyber Duck Follow us LinkedIn Facebook Twitter More information Navigation About us What is RetireEasy How it works Accolades FAQs Security News Press Contact Privacy Policy Terms Conditions Info Retirement Planning Retirement Plans Pension Calculator Pension Plans Retirement Income Retirement Annuity Planning for Retirement Planning Retirement Plan for Retirement Retirement Planner Not yet retired You can now include all your additional savings investments and Pension Contributions between now and your retirement taking into account increasing these Additional Contributions year on year and stipulating whether these are one off or recurring contributions As always you can revisit these projections and change them at any

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  • Blog | RetireEasy News
    life is something many of us strive for so how can you give yourself the best chance of achieving that By Tony Watts OBE One of the biggest concerns for most people in retirement is whether or not their savings and pensions will Read the full article 31st January 2015 by RetireEasy RetireEasy appoint older people s campaigner Tony Watts OBE to RetireEasy board LONDON 3 September 2014 RetireEasy which created the UK s leading financial planning software program for retirees has appointed Tony Watts OBE as a board director Mr Watts who was awarded an OBE earlier this year for his voluntary work on behalf of older people chairs the South West Forum on Ageing and helps steer the Read the full article 30th January 2015 by RetireEasy New Pensions Freedoms No Rush To Get Your Pension Cash This was the message delivered to journalists by the pensions minister Steve Webb last week and perhaps a signal that the Government are a little worried that within a month of the Election a pensions fiasco could develop in April when customers request to cash in their pension plans and the pension providers refuse to do Read the full article 28th January 2015 by RetireEasy Wake up politicians you need the grey vote so listen to this Yes it s General Election year again writes Tony Watts OBE And as we know Older People are the demographic that can be expected to vote in numbers So expect the ante to be cranked up between here and May But what ARE the issues that will sway the grey vote There is often a suspicion Read the full article 12th January 2015 by RetireEasy A free online way to help avoid running out of money in retirement New analysis from Age UK has warned of significant numbers of people running out of money in retirement So could the free online retirement planner from RetireEasy co uk help many avoid falling into that trap By Tony Watts OBE Director of RetireEasy co uk Research from Age UK published 10 January reveals that the long awaited pension Read the full article 18th December 2014 by RetireEasy Steve Webb Mission Accomplished Steve Webb became the coalition Government s pensions minister after winning his seat for the Lib Dems at Thornbury Yate at the 2010 General Election and since then he has trail blazed his way through the entire UK pensions system writes Mark Soper Read the full article 17th December 2014 by RetireEasy An Englishman s home is his care plan Traditionally our home has represented the asset that we could pass down to our children It s probably time to forget that writes Tony Watts OBE The last few years have seen a sea change in the way we regard our homes Yes they have always represented one of the biggest financial achievements we aspired to Read the full article 17th December 2014 by RetireEasy Using your home to fund your retirement How can we

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  • RetireEasy
    details as a Personal Investment in the Assets and Investments section Do I enter dividends before or after tax Please enter dividends net of income tax What does LifePlan mean by general estimate for growth This is how much you estimate your investments to grow by each year Most investments can fall or rise in value on a daily basis and if you are unsure of what rate to enter for any of your investments you should consult the investment provider or a financial adviser to guide you How will I use my Desired Annual Income You will use your Desired Annual Income to pay for your fixed and variable expenses and what is left is your disposable income that you can spend or save as you wish What does LifePlan mean by SIPP A SIPP is a Self Invested Personal Pension RetireEasy 2016 Terms Conditions Privacy Policy SaaS Solutions from Cyber Duck Follow us LinkedIn Facebook Twitter More information Navigation About us What is RetireEasy How it works Accolades FAQs Security News Press Contact Privacy Policy Terms Conditions Info Retirement Planning Retirement Plans Pension Calculator Pension Plans Retirement Income Retirement Annuity Planning for Retirement Planning Retirement Plan for Retirement

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  • RetireEasy
    Capital Gains Tax CGT LifePlan cannot accurately calculate any future Capital Gains Tax liability as we do not request the purchase price or purchase date of any asset and we cannot calculate any relief that you may be entitled to in a year when an asset is sold How do I know what to expect to draw annually from a pension plan If you are unsure what level of annuity rate to specify for one or more of your pension plans you can seek advice from your financial adviser or you can view current annuity rates from the Government website moneyadviceservice org uk It is important to note that future annuity rates may be quite different from the level of annuity rates available today What is LifePlan LifePlan is the name of Retireeasy s financial planning calculator that models your assets liabilities incomes and expenditure into the future using certain assumptions you select How often should I review my LifePlan We recommend that you review and update your LifePlan at least once a month What does LifePlan mean by general estimate for growth This is how much you estimate your investments to grow by each year Most investments can fall or rise in value on a daily basis and if you are unsure of what rate to enter for any of your investments you should consult the investment provider or a financial adviser to guide you RetireEasy 2016 Terms Conditions Privacy Policy SaaS Solutions from Cyber Duck Follow us LinkedIn Facebook Twitter More information Navigation About us What is RetireEasy How it works Accolades FAQs Security News Press Contact Privacy Policy Terms Conditions Info Retirement Planning Retirement Plans Pension Calculator Pension Plans Retirement Income Retirement Annuity Planning for Retirement Planning Retirement Plan for Retirement Retirement Planner Not yet retired You

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  • Blog | RetireEasy News
    as a game changer by many in the pensions industry yet the change in the rules only impact DC Defined Contribution pension arrangements such as Personal Pension Plans Money Purchase Occupational Pensions and Stakeholder Pension plans This creates a dilemma for some approaching Read the full article 4th November 2014 by RetireEasy Goodbye to annuities say retirees few planning for care while almost a third plan to downsize While the economists and politicians may disagree as to what lies ahead for our economy the nation s army of older people are basing their retirement plans on steady returns and low inflation and interest rates with almost a third contemplating downsizing Read more from Tony Watts OBE Read the full article 31st October 2014 by RetireEasy Why debts as well as assets can figure large in later life planning A Telegraph headline this week Take your mortgage to the grave simply articulated what has been obvious for some time now writes Tony Watts OBE Huge numbers of people in their 50s 60s and beyond may well have assets in the form of a house and pension but they are also carrying significant amounts Read the full article 24th October 2014 by RetireEasy Pension annuity and drawdown plans Since the Chancellor s statement abolishing the so called death tax on pension drawdown plans there has been much conjecture and some confusion as to the tax treatment of benefits arising on death under different types of plan We hope the following table clears up some of the confusion however we must stress that the detail given is based on the tax regulations Read the full article 30th September 2014 by RetireEasy The removal of the 55 Death Tax brings the comparison of Drawdown vs ISAs into Sharper Focus George Osborne s announcement removing the so called death tax on SIPP Drawdown Plans builds further on the new flexibility and options announced in this year s Budget and brings into sharper focus the relative merits of Drawdown and ISAs when planning for retirement writes Mark Soper Read the full article 17th September 2014 by RetireEasy Could a buy to let property feature in your pension plans In his last Budget speech writes Tony Watts Chancellor George Osborne surprised everybody not least the entire pensions industry as well as many of his fellow Conservative MPs when he announced proposals to totally revisit the way that those entering into retirement can arrange their investment portfolio Out would go the tyranny of Read the full article 22nd August 2014 by RetireEasy On pension reform benefits and the next election Happy with the changes to the pension system made by the Coalition Government asks Tony Watts OBE Importantly what else might be in the pipeline as we come up to the next election Your perspective on the pension reforms undertaken in the last couple of years may well depend on whether or not you are Read the full article 22nd August 2014 by RetireEasy Just how fair are

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  • Accolades | RetireEasy News
    data The program works really well even with my iPad running off a shaky 3G connection The user interface is clear and simple Read full testimonial Henry Berest IFA I ve been running RetireEasy for a few weeks now and have to say as a financial advisor I am hugely impressed entering information is easy and caters for simple financial arrangements right through to more complex ones Read full testimonial Sign up to Our Newsletter Sign up to our newsletter and receive regular updates from us Wrong email format Christine and Norman Ramsdale We re both in good health and don t especially want to retire but we have had setbacks before which have made us cautious about money The RetireEasy modeling enabled us to look ahead 15 20 or even 40 years It did make me feel more confident I realised that we would be OK that we have choices and options In fact I felt so relieved having had a hard look at the numbers that I immediately went out and bought a dress David Hansel I have just had a first run through inputting my data The program works really well even with my iPad running off a shaky 3G connection The user interface is clear and simple I can already see the value of the product It performs the sort of calculations that would be beyond me without its intelligent promptings and calculations and gives me a picture of retirement Henry Berest I ve been running RetireEasy for a few weeks now and have to say as a financial advisor I am hugely impressed Naturally in my job I ve come across quite a few calculators and planning tools which purport to provide insight into people s future finances during retirement and normally such tools fall

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  • Blog | RetireEasy News
    greater flexibility to switch between each type More to follow soon Read the full article 4th November 2013 by RetireEasy Strategic Planning For Your Retirement There a number of processes some straightforward and some complex to consider well ahead of your ultimate retirement date Hopefully the following key points will be of some help Read the full article 16th October 2013 by RetireEasy CPI Impact on State Pensions It has been announced that the September CPI value was 2 7 This is the rate that the State Pension and other pension revaluations will be increased by with effect from next April Read the full article 4th October 2013 by RetireEasy Shop Around To Maximise Retirement Income With one of the key annuity providers reducing annuity rates again this week it is key to shop around not only for the best standard annuity rate but also for non standard annuities Read the full article 14th September 2013 by RetireEasy New Lifetime Allowance 1 25 Million Still Sounds A Lot and of course a pension fund of 1 25 million is indeed a lot and I am sure most of us will accumulate a pension fund far less than this But the new limit coming into effect from 2014 may tell us a bit about how the Government is thinking about private pension provision and retirement savings generally Read the full article 4th September 2013 by RetireEasy Vinyl LP Renaissance After so much change and news announcements in the world of pensions over the last year or so we appear to be in a bit of a lull perhaps it is because all the politicians are on holiday Last year Richard Collinson published an article about collectable cars which we know many of you enjoyed but Read the full article 21st August

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