Free of the demands of work, you can now look forward to the many new opportunities that retirement offers. Whether you plan to take up a craft, learn the latest dance craze, or do voluntary work, the choice is enormous and this new edition of Your Retirementg contains scores of tempting suggestions to get you started. You'll find lots of practical tips on money-saving ideas, investment and pensions, wills, social security benefits, your home, keeping fit, outings, sport and study, close relationships and even the care of elderly parents. Packed with suggestions for an enjoyable and more financially secure retirement, you will wonder how you ever found time to go to work. Planning Ahead for Retirement Money Matters Understanding Your Pension You May Pay Less Tax in Retirement Investment Wisdom Where to go for Financial Advice Home Decisions Leisure Activities to Enjoy The Fun and Challenge of Voluntary Work Looking After Your Health When Parents Need Extra Help Wills, Benefits and Helpful OrganisationsBoth the Working Families Tax Credit and the Disabled Persona#39;s Tax Credit are payments given to individuals who, despite ... Or for further information, telephone the following helplines: Working Families Tax Credit helpline T:0845 609 5000;anbsp;...
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