Women and pensions
Data from the 15th annual Women and Retirement Report suggests an increasing proportion of women are prepared for retirement, although it also highlights a continuing disparity in levels of pension savings compared to men.
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"We can help you make the right decisions at what can be an unsettling and anxious time. We offer professional, regulated and qualified advice and recommend the best way to fund care from the options available to you. We are Associate Members of The Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA). We are here to help. Here’s how we can help as regulated qualified later life advisers. We offer an initial consultation at no cost to you. We’ll assess the position and let you know whether we can help and, if so, what we can do. We’ll then outline what our charges are for our services. Our initial discussion will be to gather as much information as possible. We can meet in person if that’s appropriate. We’ll require financial information about the person requiring care such as details of assets and income. We’ll check you’re receiving everything you’re entitled to – even self-funders may be entitled to some benefits. We will consider all the funding options. Options include, but aren’t limited to, NHS funding, investments and Immediate Care Plans (ICP). We’ll survey the market and obtain quotes from providers of these ICP solutions to determine the most appropriate."