Here you can read about private pensions, otherwise knows a SIPP (self-invested private pension).
You can read about employed and self-employed private pensions and pension consolidation. You can read some personal stories from me on my ‘pension mistakes’ and how I fixed them and how I am now feeling clear about my future and how much money I need to save in my pension.
There is also topical pension content about issues such as pension scams and the gender pension gap.
I started a financial experiment three years ago comparing the returns on different ways of saving £1000. I wanted to see in real £££ and
Mrs MummyPenny Talks is back for Season Five. This season I’ll be joined by Faith Archer of ‘Much More With Less’ and our seven episodes will focus
I love a financial experiment and have a ‘slight’ obsession with tracking everything money wise with spreadsheets. From spending diaries to cash flow forecasts and
I sit here writing this article on a very long train journey to the Isles of Scilly from Hertfordshire. The total journey time is six
The thing that I find very frustrating about the financial world is the amount of terminology used to seemingly confuse people into thinking that it’s
I am a brand ambassador for PensionBee, much of this content is sponsored by PensionBee, meaning that they pay me a fee to write content on my website and their website. I also represent them in the media.
I am a PensionBee customer with my entire pension pot held safely with them. I put my money where my mouth is. If you want to find out more about consolidating your pension pots from previous employers, here is my affiliate link where we both will get a £50 credit to our pension pot if you sign up and move your pension pots over.
Please note all information in this section is guidance and not advice. It is my view and my view only.