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Our guide to retirement

Retirement is a new opportunity to enjoy things you may not have had the chance to before.

Retirement

What's more, there are lots of financial benefits once you hit 60.

Benefits for people aged 60+

Some of the following entitlements may depend on your financial status:

Retire or continue to work?

Browse the following links for guidance on working in retirement, as a volunteer, part-time or even full-time:

Retirement patterns are changing
Since October 2006, employers must consider a request from anyone who wishes to carry on working after retirement age.

Your employment choices
A guide from Age Concern on the options that are out there

Job programmes for over 50
Specialist programmes and resources available to anyone over 50 to help you find work or learn new skills

Volunteer when you retire
Around 22m people in Britain do voluntary work, as a rewarding way of helping others while helping yourself to keep active.

Planning your retirement income

NIDirect - planning for retirement
Before you retire, it's worth planning your finances to make sure you get the most out of this time in your life.

Money made clear - retiring soon
Find out more about where you stand financially when you're about to retire.

Age Concern - financial help in retirement
A guide providing support and advice on money matters.

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