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Energy prices, interest rates and inflation are all going up and there are more challenges ahead. How do we cope with these extra pressures but still keep on track to meet our financial goals? If something’s got to give when it comes to savings, life insurance or investments, how do we decide what? What could wider uncertainty mean to our pension savings? Three of our experts answer big questions on getting through the next few years in the best financial shape possible. In our final episode of the series we’re joined by Sarah Astley, Peter Komolafe and Matt Frain. They answer questions posed by Angellica Bell on a range of topics, like interest rates, pension contributions and the lure of cryptocurrency. Listen in as they share their tips on how to navigate the financial challenges you might be facing now and in the future. The views and thoughts expressed on this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Legal & General. This podcast does not constitute or replace the need for financial advice. Content was relevant at the time of recording. This content is intended for a UK audience. FURTHER READING & FEATURED LINKS:  You’ll find lots of useful information on Legal & General’s website: https://www.legalandgeneral.com Understand how inflation can impact your savings: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/rewirement/protect-savings-from-inflation/. Learn more about the benefits of saving into a pension: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/rewirement/should-I-be-saving-into-a-pension/. Read 10 myths about life insurance: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/insurance/life-insurance/guides/life-insurance-myths/. Learn more about Pension Credit and eligibility: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/rewirement/pension-credit-what-is-it-and-can-i-get-it/ If you’re struggling financially, Turn2us could help you gain access to support: https://www.turn2us.org.uk/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Did you know that the average pension pot of a woman is less than half that of a man? Maternity leave, breaks to raise children, making ends meet as a single parent without support – all these mean women often have gaps in pension contributions or sometimes no pension at all. You’ve heard of the gender pay gap? This is the gender pension gap. This time we find some options for Di who, at 57 and having raised her son alone, is trying to see how she can provide for her retirement. Is there still time? In this episode we’re joined by Angela Kirkwood from MoneyHelper, a free and impartial service helping people make the most of their money and pensions. And Legal & General’s Katharine Photiou, Commercial Director for Workplace Savings, shares her tips on how women can reduce the gender pension gap and stop it in its tracks early. The views and thoughts expressed on this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Legal & General. This podcast does not constitute or replace the need for financial advice. Content was relevant at the time of recording. This content is intended for a UK audience. FURTHER READING & FEATURED LINKS:  You’ll find lots of useful information on Legal & General’s website: https://www.legalandgeneral.com You can read more about the Gender Pension Gap and find tips on how to increase the size of your pension pots here: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/rewirement/gender-pension-gap You can find out more on the retirement planning course Legal & General have produced with The Open University here: Retirement planning made easy - OpenLearn - Open University and take your own Midlife MOT here: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/campaigns/midlife-mot The Government offers a free and impartial service offering guidance on money and pensions choices at MoneyHelper: https://www.moneyhelper.org.uk You can check if you qualify for the full State Pension on the government website: https://www.gov.uk/new-state-pension If you have gaps in your National Insurance you may be able to pay voluntary contributions. Find out more here: https://www.gov.uk/voluntary-national-insurance-contributions You can find an independent financial adviser at https://www.unbiased.co.ukSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Being your own boss can be exciting and rewarding. But there is a downside – no company pension, no PAYE and if you don’t work, you don’t earn. Plus, when you’re trying to keep a business afloat, your own personal finances are often last on the priority list. This time we help entrepreneur, Jessy, understand how to create financial security for her business and herself. Pete Komolafe, founder of Conversation of Money, joins us this week to help Jessy on her path to financial confidence. And Matt Frain, Advice Director for Legal & General Financial Advice, is back with some sage advice on saving for now and the future.  The views and thoughts expressed on this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Legal & General. This podcast does not constitute or replace the need for financial advice. Content was relevant at the time of recording. This content is intended for a UK audience. FURTHER READING & FEATURED LINKS:  You’ll find lots of useful information on Legal & General’s website: https://www.legalandgeneral.com You can find more information on personal pensions for the self-employed here: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/pensions/pensions-explained/self-employed-pension/ There’s also a handy guide on what to consider when you’re buying a property: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/insurance/life-insurance/guides/what-to-consider-when-moving-house/ Pete Komolafe is a qualified financial adviser turned YouTuber and founder of Conversation of Money. His aim is to help more people understand investments and be more active with their personal finances. He’s passionate about helping people understand how to create financial security through positive financial choices. You can hear more by following the Conversation of Money on YouTube and other social media platforms. He also has his own podcast. https://conversationofmoney.com The Government offers a free and impartial service offering guidance on money and pensions choices at MoneyHelper: https://www.moneyhelper.org.uk/en You can find an independent financial adviser at https://www.unbiased.co.uk/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Buying your first home is an important step in the journey towards financial security – but it can be quite daunting. We talk to two first-time buyers about their property hopes and dreams and help them get a foot on that vital first rung of the property ladder.   Ben and Shaunni meet mortgage expert Liam Anstruther, who has the answers to their home buying questions. We’re also joined by Matt Frain, from Legal & General who shares his tips on the best ways to start saving, and how to help if you’re the Bank of Mum and Dad. The views and thoughts expressed on this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Legal & General. This podcast does not constitute or replace the need for financial advice. Content was relevant at the time of recording. This content is intended for a UK audience. FURTHER READING & FEATURED LINKS:  You’ll find lots of useful information on Legal & General’s website: https://www.legalandgeneral.com What to think about when buying a house: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/insurance/life-insurance/guides/what-to-consider-when-buying-a-house/ Liam Anstruther specialises in saving people money by taking care of everything in the buying and selling process. He’s founder of The Mortgage Advice Club which offers a complete home selling service.   themaclub.co.uk The Government offers a free and impartial service offering guidance on money and buying a home at MoneyHelper: https://www.moneyhelper.org.uk/en You can find an independent financial adviser, including mortgage brokers, at https://www.unbiased.co.uk/  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We all know we need to be planning for a secure financial future, but we also need our money now – especially at the moment with the cost of everything going up. Plus, we want to enjoy our lives - we only get one! Lisa and Beverley are both in their 50s and trying to get that balance right. Find out what our adviser Phil Anderson had to say to help them prioritise where their money goes and save for future plans. Plus Legal & General’s Matt Frain returns with his thoughts on budgeting and making sure you’re putting enough money away for your retirement. The views and thoughts expressed on this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Legal & General. This podcast does not constitute or replace the need for financial advice. Content was relevant at the time of recording. This content is intended for a UK audience. FURTHER READING & FEATURED LINKS:  You’ll find lots of useful information on Legal & General’s website: https://www.legalandgeneral.com You can find out more on the retirement planning course Legal & General have produced with The Open University here: Retirement planning made easy - OpenLearn - Open University Phil Anderson is a personal finance expert and managing director of his own financial advice firm based in Aberdeen. He has a keen interest in making financial advice accessible to as many people as possible. www.philandersonfinancial.co.uk You can listen to more thoughts on personal finance from Phil Anderson on his podcast: The UK Personal Finance Show The Government offers a free and impartial service offering guidance on money and pension choices at MoneyHelper: https://www.moneyhelper.org.uk/en You can find an independent financial adviser at https://www.unbiased.co.uk/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When it comes to things like property, pensions and savings, everyone says you should start early. But what kinds of things should you be doing? And how do you decide on the best options for you? This time we help twenty-something Bola figure out what to do today, to make sure she’s financially secure tomorrow.  To get some expert tips and financially savvy suggestions, Bola speaks to qualified financial adviser Sarah Astley. Legal & General’s Matt Frain is back with his tips on where to start with managing money and taking those first steps into investing and pension saving.  The views and thoughts expressed on this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Legal & General. This podcast does not constitute or replace the need for financial advice. Content was relevant at the time of recording. This content is intended for a UK audience.  FURTHER READING & FEATURED LINKS:   You’ll find lots of useful information on Legal & General’s website:  https://www.legalandgeneral.com  There’s a handy guide on what to consider when you’re buying a property: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/insurance/life-insurance/guides/what-to-consider-when-moving-house/  Sarah Astley is a Wealth Management Consultant for Mattioli Woods. She supports people to protect and grow their money and help them meet their financial aims. You can get in touch here: https://mattioliwoods.com/  The Government offers a free and impartial service offering guidance on money and pension choices at MoneyHelper: https://www.moneyhelper.org.uk/en  You can find an independent financial adviser at https://www.unbiased.co.uk/   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gwen and Jo have very different financial circumstances but share the same dream – retiring young enough to really make the most of that free time. But how realistic is it? Listen in as they try and answer that question with the help of our expert. Both Gwen and Jo speak to qualified financial adviser, Jeremy Howe. Legal & General’s Matt Frain also gives some valuable pointers for our listeners.   The views and thoughts expressed on this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Legal & General. This podcast does not constitute or replace the need for financial advice. Content was relevant at the time of recording. This content is intended for a UK audience. FURTHER READING & FEATURED LINKS:  You’ll find lots of useful information on Legal & General’s website: https://www.legalandgeneral.com You can find out more on the Midlife MOT course we’ve produced with The Open University here: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/campaigns/midlife-mot   Jeremy Howe is an independent financial adviser from Abacus Financial Options, based in the south west. He specialises in later life planning, and making sure people understand what their financial needs will be on their journey through retirement. www.abacusfinancialoptions.co.uk The Government offers a free and impartial service offering guidance on money and pension choices at MoneyHelper: https://www.moneyhelper.org.uk/enYou can find an independent financial adviser at https://www.unbiased.co.uk/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Amy and Dan hit a crisis when Dan confessed that he had more debt than his annual salary. How they turned their finances around will inspire you. Plus, hear what our expert can tell them about how the cash they’ve now managed to save, can work as hard for them as possible. To get some expert ideas and financially savvy suggestions, Amy & Dan speak to qualified financial adviser Andrew Scouller. Legal & General’s Matt Frain also gives some valuable pointers for our listeners. The views and thoughts expressed on this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Legal & General. This podcast does not constitute or replace the need for financial advice. Content was relevant at the time of recording. This content is intended for a UK audience. FURTHER READING & FEATURED LINKS:  You’ll find lots of useful information on Legal & General’s website: https://www.legalandgeneral.com You can find out more on the Midlife course we’ve produced with The Open University here: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/campaigns/midlife-mot   Andrew Scouller is an independent financial adviser from Phil Anderson Financial Services. He specialises in retirement planning and investments. He prides himself in helping people live happy and productive retirements – no matter what age they start thinking about it. You can find out more here: https://www.philandersonfinancial.co.uk/ The Government offers a free and impartial service offering guidance on money and pension choices at MoneyHelper: https://www.moneyhelper.org.uk/en You can find an independent financial adviser at https://www.unbiased.co.uk/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Across this series we’ve been hearing from people who are getting the most out of their retirement and living their dreams. But whilst many of us can forget to plan for the unexpected, those who have different needs can assume some plans are out of reach. In this episode Angellica Bell meets Feyi, a sandwich-generation mum whose experiences caring for her mother through dementia inspired her to start a company that she hopes will help others in similar situations. As a carer, Feyi explains why her view of retirement has made her think differently about financial planning. Meanwhile, newlyweds Heather and Alan share their story of falling in love in their 70s, having met on a walking holiday. Alan’s losing his eyesight so he and Heather share their tips for planning a lifestyle that allows Alan to stay as active and independent as he always has been. From the setup in their new flat to choosing a place to live that has everything you need within reach, they take us through their observations. Legal and General’s Sam Roberts and Care Sourcer’s Andrew Parfery are in the studio to chat about the realities of caring for someone later in life. They share their thoughts on planning ahead – preparing for the worst but hoping for the best - as well as resources for further support for those with care needs and their carers. If you’re worried about the financial side of planning for care in retirement, there are also sound suggestions from Sam on how you can fund things.   POINTS OF INTEREST AND LINKS Read more on the topic here: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/rewirement/care-in-retirement  Find out more about retirement planning from Legal & General: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement Feyi’s company http://www.theblackdementiacompany.com Follow on Twitter @blackdementiaco Traveleyes: Holiday company for blind and sighted travellers: https://www.traveleyes-international.com/ The views and thoughts expressed on this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Legal & General. This podcast does not constitute or replace the need for financial advice. Content was relevant at the time of recording. This content is intended for a UK audience.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Life is full of surprises, twists and turns, and sometimes, so are the relationships we have. In this episode of Rewirement, Angellica Bell talks to savvy retirees on how they’ve navigated changes in their relationships in later life. We meet Jane, who rekindled a connection with an old flame and embarked on a new romance aged 66. And Christine chats to us about how she and her second husband blended their families, with seven children between them! While age does bring the benefit of experience, it doesn’t make the emotions of new and changing relationships any less exciting – or delicate! Psychologist Jo Hemmings is well versed in helping people find new love and communicate successfully, even when emotions are running high and money is involved. She joins Angellica and Legal & General’s Sara McLeish to discuss how big life changes like divorce can impact your financial situation and mean you have some re-imagining to do. Listen for considerations on how changes in your lifestyle and life partner can impact your retirement finances and any inheritance you might want to leave. Plus get some great suggestions for how to manage those conversations effectively. POINTS OF INTEREST AND LINKS Read more on the topic here: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/rewirement/love-in-retirement Find out more about retirement planning from Legal & General: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement Follow Jo Hemmings on Twitter @TVpsychologist http://www.johemmings.co.uk The views and thoughts expressed on this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Legal & General. This podcast does not constitute or replace the need for financial advice. Content was relevant at the time of recording. This content is intended for a UK audience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If you’ve dreamed of selling up and heading for the hills in your retirement years, this episode is packed with all the wise words, suggestions and inspiration you need! Angellica Bell meets colourful ‘rewirees’ Tina and Jennifer. Tina started planning for retirement in her 30s and took early retirement in her 50s to live in Spain. When Jennifer retired, she and her husband sold their Hertfordshire home and bought a narrowboat to live on. Tina gives some tips on things you can do to make sure you’re well-prepared for the emotional and practical side of living abroad in later life, from making new friends to understanding the language, culture and healthcare. Jennifer explains how she and her husband did some careful planning before taking to an active life on the water. They’ve planned their retirement income to make sure they have enough for any major boat repairs AND a good holiday every year, which naturally often ends up being a cruise! Angellica then talks with Celia Dodd – author of ‘Not Fade Away: how to thrive in retirement’, as well as Legal & General’s Andrew Kail. They’ll help cover off your checklist for relocating in retirement, from doing your practical research and making sure you’re prepared emotionally and financially for any extra costs a new location may bring, while dreaming big. POINTS OF INTEREST AND LINKS Read more on the topic here: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/rewirement/relocating-in-retirement https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/rewirement/retirement-hotspots Find out more about retirement planning from Legal & General: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement Follow Celia Dodd on Twitter @celia_dodd http://www.celiadodd.co.uk Celia is author of ‘Not Fade Away: how to thrive in retirement’ The views and thoughts expressed on this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Legal & General. This podcast does not constitute or replace the need for financial advice. Content was relevant at the time of recording. This content is intended for a UK audience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of Rewirement, Angellica meets two more inspirational individuals who share their words of wisdom on retirement and talk candidly about how their paths have been different as LGBT+ people.   Most of us have questions and concerns about making the move from work to retirement. If you’re LGBT+, it can be especially difficult to see yourself in retirement because of a lack of representation. Fears of discrimination or isolation in later life are often a real worry for many LGBT+ people.   That’s why this episode tackles some of those questions and issues head-on. Angellica Bell is joined by Matthew Riley from Tonic Housing and Meg Dickens from Legal & General. They talk about why it’s important to challenge prejudice and provide support and community to help everyone have a happy and secure retirement.   Angellica chats to the active Annie, who plans to tour all of London’s lidos after the pandemic! Annie remembers her exciting youth in Stoke Newington and explains why she’s returned to live there now she’s older. She also reflects upon the experiences of lesbian friends who have led different journeys towards retirement age, and all have different financial situations.   Patrick explains how his pension and retirement plans changed when he came out as he approached 40. As a father of two, he and his ex-wife worked out their separate paths and Patrick had to re-think finances to fund his later life. He shares how he found a community he loves and has thrown himself into fun and fulfilling activities, from charity work to line-dancing, skydiving and white water rafting!   POINTS OF INTEREST & FEATURED LINKS:   Read more on the topic here: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/rewirement/lgbt-in-later-life   Find out more about retirement planning from Legal & General https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement     Tonic Housing https://www.tonichousing.org.uk https://www.tonichousing.org.uk/tonicatbankhouse   Opening Doors London https://www.openingdoorslondon.org.uk   The views and thoughts expressed on this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Legal & General. This podcast does not constitute or replace the need for financial advice. Content was relevant at the time of recording. This content is intended for a UK audience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this series of Rewirement from Legal & General, Angellica Bell is hearing colourful, unique and inspiring stories from people in retirement.  If there are dreams you want to fulfil later in life, or you’d like an active lifestyle in retirement, how can you make sure you stay healthy and physically fit to achieve it all? Our bodies are always changing and managing the psychological aspects of different life stages is essential too.  Angellica finds out how two unique retirees have achieved this. Jill is a former teacher with bundles of energy who eased her way into retirement with part-time work, and bought a Sprocker Spaniel to keep pace with her running hobby.  Peter’s also a keen runner, but he explains how pursuing an art degree helped him scratch an itch his careers in engineering and journalism hadn’t reached. He tells us his three pillars for staying mentally and physically happy and healthy in retirement.  To get some expert ideas and financially savvy suggestions, Angellica’s chatting with Legal & General’s Emma Byron, Managing Director of Retirement Solutions, as well as health coach Susan Saunders.  Susan’s on a mission to help people ‘age well’, so whether you want to fund an active hobby or give your brain a workout, this episode is sure to inspire you to find your own unique version of a happy retirement.    POINTS OF INTEREST & FEATURED LINKS:  Read more on the topic from Legal & General here: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/rewirement/healthy-body-healthy-mind Find out more about retirement planning from Legal & General https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement You can find more information from Susan Saunders here: https://susansaundershealth.com  Susan’s book ‘The Age-Well Project’  https://www.amazon.co.uk/Age-Well-Plan-Susan-Saunders/dp/0349425531   The views and thoughts expressed on this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Legal & General. This podcast does not constitute or replace the need for financial advice. Content was relevant at the time of recording. This content is intended for a UK audience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this series of Rewirement from Legal & General, Angellica Bell is hearing colourful, unique and inspiring stories from people in retirement.   Many a new retiree has travel on their bucket list, but the pandemic has seen people put their plans on hold.   Looking to the future, there are plenty of other things to consider beyond global pandemics: from escalating health insurance costs to physically ageing, thinking smart about your later life travel plans is the best weapon to achieve your dreams.   Angellica hears inspiring stories from June and Elizabeth in this episode.   When June was unexpectedly widowed early in her retirement years, she already owned an avocado farm that she’d bought with her husband in Spain. June explains how she took time out, revisited her backpacking, Harley-Davison-riding roots, and re-planned a future where her travel habit was key.   Elizabeth and her husband are passionate about globetrotting – meeting new people and experiencing new locations with other travellers. Often the oldest on their adventures, nothing phases her. Next stop: the Northern Lights!   In the studio, Angellica’s joined by travel journalist Mark Hodson for some smart words on planning the right trips at the right time of life, and Legal & General’s Claire Singleton gives sound suggestions for how you might fund that special trip, whatever your life stage or situation.     POINTS OF INTEREST & FEATURED LINKS:   Read more on the topic from Legal & General here: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/campaigns/podcasts/travel-adventures-in-retirement Find out more about retirement planning from Legal & General https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement   Mark’s Hodson is Editor and Co-Founder of 101 Holidays https://www.101holidays.co.uk/   The views and thoughts expressed on this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Legal & General. This podcast does not constitute or replace the need for financial advice. Content was relevant at the time of recording. This content is intended for a UK audience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In a brand new series of Rewirement from Legal & General, Angellica Bell is hearing colourful, unique and inspiring stories from people in retirement.   Fancy a change later in life? You’re not alone.   In this episode Angellica chats to Mick and Jacky. Mick faced redundancy after the colliery he worked at closed, but he chose to take advantage of the retraining opportunity and followed his dream of becoming a ski instructor.   Jacky is a lifelong learner. She was able to leave her business career in her 50s but says she’ll probably still be working when she’s 100. She shares her story of pursuing her interest in psychology, a new career working with young people, life in local politics and her plans to write a trilogy of novels.   Whatever your ambitions are, smart planning and a solid financial base are a big part of having the lifestyle you dream of later in life. Angellica also chats to Stuart Lewis, the CEO and Founder of Rest Less, a community founded to inspire the over 50s, as well as Legal & General’s Emma Byron, Managing Director of Retirement Solutions.   POINTS OF INTEREST & FEATURED LINKS:   Read more on the topic here: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/rewirement/new-skills-and-careers-when-youre-older/   Rest Less, the UK’s fastest growing community for the over 50s: https://restless.co.uk Learning resources on Rest Less: https://restless.co.uk/courses/   Legal & General’s free course on retirement planning, in partnership with The Open University: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/campaigns/ou-course/   Find out more about retirement planning from Legal & General https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement   The views and thoughts expressed on this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Legal & General. This podcast does not constitute or replace the need for financial advice. Content was relevant at the time of recording. This content is intended for a UK audience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
SO, WHAT DO YOU DO?

SO, WHAT DO YOU DO?

2021-05-2732:05

In a brand new series of Rewirement from Legal & General, Angellica Bell is hearing colourful, unique and inspiring stories from people in retirement.   The right way to retire is the way that’s right for you, so Angellica’s on a mission to gather ideas, inspiration and smart tips from experts in healthy ageing.   To kick off the series, Angellica’s chatting to people who have embraced the chance to fulfil passions and meaningful projects after the day job has ended.   We hear from Nigel, a former university academic who wanted to use his considerable experience to make meaningful change to the lives of people in his community. Nigel explains how pursuing this path has been satisfying for him and helped him meet new people in retirement.   And creative powerhouse Rosetta, a lifelong artist who also runs a sustainable development project with her husband in Gambia, in addition to many other pursuits. She explains how she splits her time between her two homes and why retirement means ‘FREEDOM’ to her!   To look at some of the practical steps you can take to identify, plan for and take action on your retirement dreams, Legal & General’s Andrew Kail and Helen Cathcart, Founder of Bolder, a website to empower us all in growing older, share their thoughts.   POINTS OF INTEREST & FEATURED LINKS:   Read more on the topic from Legal & General here: https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/rewirement/changing-perceptions-of-retirement/ Find out more about retirement planning from Legal & General https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement   Bolder – the website on how to grow older https://be-bolder.com Book by Helen Cathcart and Dominique Afacan: Bolder: Life lessons from people older and wiser than you, available on Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bolder-Grow-Older-Helen-Cathcart/dp/1784882569   The Lincolnshire Food Partnership https://lincolnfoodpartnership.org   Follow Rosetta on Instagram at @ceesayrosetta and look for Village Action Gambia on Facebook.   The views and thoughts expressed on this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Legal & General. This podcast does not constitute or replace the need for financial advice. Content was relevant at the time of recording. This content is intended for a UK audience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A brand new series of Rewirement from Legal and General is coming on Thursday the 27th of May! This time Angellica Bell is delving into inspiring stories and sound ideas on how you can make these the best years of your life. Whether it's your dream to travel the world, retrain, relocate or start something brand new, retirement is a time of opportunity and it all starts with smart planning. Follow this podcast for ideas and colourful stories of diverse retirement experiences. This content is intended for a UK audience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of Rewirement, Shirley tackles the topic of sharing money and inheritance. Do you plan to leave something for your children, or spend it all before you go? Perhaps you're thinking about helping them out whilst you're here to see them benefit from it. Or maybe sharing money with your loved ones seems like pie in the sky. Today we're talking about the options available to help out loved ones, children or grandchildren whilst you're still around, and our rewirees share their thoughts on the topic. Legal & General's Sara McLeish - CEO of Legal & General Financial Advice -  and Money Magpie's Jasmine Birtles are on hand to help out with ideas, options and understanding the issues over this sensitive subject. You can find out more about retirement planning at legalandgeneral.com/retirement. This content is intended for a UK audience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If you're planning a retirement spending the kid's inheritance, or perhaps you just want to be able to have enough to enjoy some big dreams when you get there, the experts are here to help.Shirley meets more of our honest rewirees and would-be rewirees for the questions facing them in building a future they can look forward to and enjoy. Then financial journalist Kara Gammell and Legal & General's Claire Singleton  chat about some of the issues around financial planning for everyday essentials AND big ticket items when there’s no longer a salary coming in. This content is intended for a UK audience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How can you make your post-work years the most exciting of all? In this episode of Rewirement, Shirley Ballas finds out how you can put yourself in the best financial position possible before retirement day, whether it's 2 or 20 years away. Shirley's joined by the experts to talk about what steps you can take today. Everyone's unique, but Legal & General's Emma Byron and Holly Mackay of Boring Money are on hand with practical suggestions and pearls of wisdom. From working out where your existing pension pots are, to tackling taboo over important conversations. Plus real people share their real questions, hopes and thoughts with Shirley. This content is intended for a UK audience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Gary Hunt

looking forward to this!!

May 18th
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