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Insufficient retirement income even at 65

(6 Posts)
Putthatbookdown Sun 28-Aug-11 13:53:35

What to do?

lachesis Sun 28-Aug-11 13:54:27

Keep working.

CogitoErgoSometimes Sun 28-Aug-11 14:10:44

Are you 65 now or anticipating what life will be like age 65?... If the former the options are to downsize, economise, keep working or apply for top-up benefits. If the latter, it's going to be an exercise in life-planning.

lilolilmanchester Sun 28-Aug-11 14:16:08

depends on age you are now...

lilolilmanchester Sun 28-Aug-11 14:17:20

.. and actually loads of other things... what do you define as "insufficient"? Do you own a property? WIll you still have a mortgage? What savings/investments you have etc etc etc

HonestlyBanking Sat 03-Sep-11 06:58:03

Tough one. You have 2 options really. Live on less and/or earn more. Might be worth getting your arrangements reviewed. Paying a fee is best for this rather than paying huge commissions.

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