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Cutting Costs in Retirement

When living on a fixed income in retirement, it’s important to make sure that your income does not exceed your expenses. No matter your income bracket, living more frugally is something that anyone can do. ...Read more

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Cutting Costs in Retirement

When living on a fixed income in retirement, it’s important to make sure that your income does not exceed your expenses. No matter your income bracket, living more frugally is something that anyone can do. ...Read more

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You and Your Money 

Business and personal finance journalist Terri Doyle brings you the latest money news, plus hints and tips on how to make the most of what you’ve got ...Read more

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Stamp Duty Explained

Ever been stuck on what Stamp Duty really is? Let us help you unravel the mortgage mystery with our helpful Q&A article on Life & Living! ...Read more

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Money News - Spring '16

The latest Money-related new from McCarthy & Stone: is the free TV licence coming to an end, and did you know you could get rewards for your grandkids? ...Read more

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You & Your Money

Business and Personal Finance journalist Terri Doyle gives her latest finance and money saving views. Read now only on Life & Living! ...Read more

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Spending The Nest Egg

Far-reaching budget changes mean we have more freedom to spend our pensions as we like. What does that mean for our retirement years? ...Read more

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Cardiff Pupils Say Thank You

Discover how McCarthy & Stone are assisting the wider community with their new playground project in Cardiff! Take a look at our local donation here! ...Read more

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Finance journalist Terri Doyle brings you the latest money news, plus hints and tips on how to make the most of what you’ve got. Passing on your pension Since April, it’s been possible to leave some or all of your pension pot to loved ones without them losing any of the tax advantages. If you die before the age of 75, your beneficiaries will pay no tax on any pension savings left to them. On your 75th birthday, your pension assets become taxable, but only at the beneficiaries’ income tax level. To put things in place, first check with ...Read more