The number of men and women working beyond their 65th birthday has more than quadrupled in the past 20 years, figures show. Some 10 percent of over 65s are now in work – a record 1.2 million, up from 272,000 in 1997. The average age of retirement has also increased, with experts warning that working
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There’s a 70 year old alive today who will be the first Britain to reach the age of 120 years old. Our first 150 year old is being born about now. The number of people living over the age of 100 has reached a record high. In 2012 there were 13,350 centenarians living in the
We spend our working lives looking forward to an old age in which we can happily indulge in holidays and hobbies – but now it seems the typical nest egg put aside will vanish just seven years after retirement. The result is that the average Briton will have to contend without any savings at all
Seminar – Will you have Peace of Mind in Retirement? A Special Seminar has been organised in Beeston, Nottingham, with advice on a problem many elderly people face – selling their home to fund residential or nursing care. Peace of Mind in Retirement is designed for anyone over the age of 65 or with elderly
A former Lord Mayor of Nottingham, Cllr. John Hartshorne, attended a Pre-Retirement Course at the Council House, organised by the Nottingham and District Pre-Retirement Council. He said: “The course was very informative and covered a wide range of subjects, including Finance, Health, Income Tax, Pensions/Benefits and included pointers on how to get the best out
In 2017 the Nottingham & District Pre-Retiement Council celebrated their 50th Birthday. They have been based on the High Road at Beeston for 35 years and before this in Nottingham City Centre. Each year, over 250 people have attended our courses and have gained valuable help and support. We have received so many letters, e mails
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