Having a mortgage in later life is becoming more socially acceptable.
Historically, it was desirable to repay your mortgage before retirement fully; attitudes seem to be changing.
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What will be the impact of rising price inflation on public borrowing?
According to a new analysis, higher prices could result in HM Treasury spending an additional £12 billion this year, constraining Chancellor Rishi Sunak to offer more giveaways in the Budget.
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New analysis has shed light on how even people on moderate earnings could see their retirement plans damaged by the little-known Money Purchase Annual Allowance (MPAA).
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The latest official figures show average earnings rising by 8.8% in the past quarter. Could this spell the end of the state pension triple lock? Read more of “Rising earnings place pressure on state pension triple lock”
Is this a temporary blip before prices resume their climb higher, or were price inflation fears overstated?
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