You can plan for a more certain retirement
If you’re born between around 1961 and 1981 and are worried about your future retirement, you are most likely part of the Uncertain Generation (or U-Gen).
Sandwiched between the better known Baby Boomers and the younger Millennials, you’ll most likely be facing a great deal of uncertainty, with some complex financial needs.
With the rise in life expectancy in the UK, you may be looking at funding a longer retirement, but you may also have to factor in your children’s education and parents’ care - all at a time of great economic uncertainty and volatility.
As many of you are approaching the crucial decade or so before retirement, maybe now is the time to rethink how you fund that retirement.
A guide to planning a more certain retirementTo help you find out more about planning for retirement, we’ve collaborated with The Times to produce an easy to understand guide, which helps you focus on your retirement goals and explains the options available. For a copy of the guide visit The Times Pension Guide.
Learn more about the Uncertain GenerationWe’ve undertaken the first comprehensive research programme in the UK focusing on
U-Gen. For a summary of our findings, watch our Certainty for U-Gen video, or for some first-hand accounts watch our case studies of Dawn and Martin.