Find tools, articles and resources to help you complete the ‘My Money’ strand of the mid-life MOT.
We are all living longer lives, which is something to be celebrated. But not enough of us know what our later lives are going to look like, and many of us don’t plan for the future we want.
Data from the Money Advice Service shows that less than half of people approaching later life say they understand enough to plan for retirement. As you approach later life you need to know how much you should be saving into your pension and your options for accessing it. Likewise, are you building up a sufficient savings pot to provide a safety net should you experience a financial shock, such as a big bill or loss of income?
Undertaking a mid-life MOT could provide you with timely, holistic information and guidance to help you take positive action to ensure a good later life that is financially secure.
Download the redundancy support guide:
The Money and Pension Service has put together this guide for you if your job is under threat or you have been made redundant. It will explain your rights and give you helpful tips and tools.
Money Navigator Tool:
The Money Advice Service Money Navigator tool gives you action plans based on your own situation.
MoneyHelper and Couch to Financial Fitness from the Money and Pensions Service:
MoneyHelper is here to make your money and pension choices clearer. Here to cut through the jargon and complexity, explain what you need to do and how you can do it. Here to put you in control with impartial guidance that’s backed by government and to recommend further, trusted support if you need it.