Working in retirement

It's time to look forward
to a retirement you'll love

Retirement benefits from private pensions and the state pension can be claimed even if you choose to continue working. More and more baby boomers plan to take advantage of this by working past state pension age – some because they want to and others because
they need to.

The good news is that as the supply of workers begins to decrease in the near future, workers over 50 will be needed and valued for their knowledge, experience and talent.

The days when your employer dictated when you must stop working are no more. Reaching state pension age doesn't mean you have to give up work. In most roles, you can now:

  • Choose to keep on working while claiming your state pension
  • Delay taking your pension and get a lump sum or higher weekly amount in the future
  • Benefit from government schemes and incentives to help you find work

To learn more about working in retirement, download our detailed guide here.

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So whether you see working in your retirement as an opportunity to reinvent yourself or as a chance to bring in some extra cash, explore the options below and find out what works for you.

To learn more about working in retirement, download our detailed guide here.

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Retire your way

If you're 55 or over, you've got some important choices to make. We'll help you make sense of all your options.

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Retirement made easy

Take a look at our tools and calculators designed to help guide you to the future you'll love.

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