Posted by Flora Maudsley-Barton | January 26, 2010
Final Call for “Early Retirement”
On April 6th, the earliest age people can draw pension benefits rises from 50 to 55.
If you’re 30 now, you might file that under “whatever”.
If you’re between 50 and 54 now, you might want to think about whether the change will affect you. Obviously, the younger you are, the longer you will have to wait to draw your pension.
The pension companies are already busy with this work, tons of people need information – at least – and some are choosing to, er, board the flight if you’ll forgive the metaphor.
If you are affected, don’t leave it until the last minute to think about it.