- I enjoyed this long read about breweries caught in the thick of the first world war - I hope you do, too bit.ly/2NBdpOI 10 hours ago
- Very informative - and shocking - interview on BBC Breakfast just now. Victims of particularly serious crimes ignor… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 2 days ago
- Wise words from @Claire_L_Trott "the key to a good #SSAS is the use of a professional administrator" - the many no… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 week ago
- I'm looking forward to @moretosipps next #pensions network meeting already! There is simply no better way to get pe… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 week ago
- Dunkel Weisse - I think that might be German for banoffee beer. Either way, if all wheat beers were dark beers, tha… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 week ago
Tag Archives: retirement
I’d like to share with you the extraordinary tale of two 60-year-old retirees, born on the exact same day. They are both in capped drawdown and they have both just received notification of their new income limits. Neither is happy.
This chap is on holiday in Hong Kong and he’s just ticked off one of the tourist classics – he’s had a suit made. He goes back to his Kowloon hotel to show his wife and, to his surprise, she … Continue reading
I have come to a startling realisation: it is just incredible how little attention we pay to detail, how imprecise we are, how much rubbish we inadvertently talk.
Today our family celebrates something that nearly everyone seems to call a “milestone” for my dad. To tell the truth, I don’t think he’s that excited about it – the “milestone” thing, I mean, not the family gathering. Milestones don’t … Continue reading