Moving the 65-yard line

Moving the 65-yard line

65 is often seen as a finish line, signifying the end of your working life and the start of retirement. But 65 is no longer state pension age for most.   Sixty-five years old has long been considered a pivotal age. For example, the Office of National Statistics...
Self employed pensions boost

Self employed pensions boost

The Chancellor has abandoned plans to abolish class 2 national insurance contributions (NICs) after concerns it could increase self employed pensions costs. Those registered as self-employed pay class 2 NICs if their profits are more than £6,365 a year in 2019/20....