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Retirement guide for under 40s

Retirement guide for under 40s

If you’re under 40, saving for retirement might not be at the top of your priority list. But maybe it should be - especially if you want to retire as early as possible. In this simple guide, we reveal why saving for later life is so important and what you can do today to get your savings on track.

In this guide, that is not personal advice, You’ll learn about:

  • How the stock market could help you reach your goals
  • How to save tax efficiently using your ISA and pensions
  • Two areas offering exciting long-term growth potential

The secrets behind financial success in later life

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    This guide isn’t personal advice. If you choose to invest, you need to be comfortable with the risks involved. All investments can fall as well as rise in value, so you could get back less than you originally invested. You should also be aware that anything paid into a pension can’t usually be taken out again until at least age 55 (rising to 57 from 2028). Pension and tax rules can change, and the value of any benefits will depend on your circumstances. If you’re unsure you should seek advice.

    This guide isn’t personal advice. If you choose to invest, you need to be comfortable with the risks involved. All investments can fall as well as rise in value, so you could get back less than you originally invested. You should also be aware that anything paid into a pension can’t usually be taken out again until at least age 55 (rising to 57 from 2028). Pension and tax rules can change, and the value of any benefits will depend on your circumstances. If you’re unsure you should seek advice.