Study finds a retired person’s risk of death is dramatically lowered if they take part in such groups
Rising costs and debt have left many with no means of putting away money for their future
Five million pensioners will be allowd to sell their annuity from April 2017, but there are dangers
Over 70% of those surveyed fear they don’t have enough money to quit
Research from currency specialists HiFX shows that falls in the pound since the start of the financial crisis have resulted in expat pensioners losing thousands of pounds in income. We look at ways you can protect yourself.
John Lewis has decided against closing its final salary pension scheme, leaving it as one of the only retailers in the country that still offers new staff the gold-plated retirement payouts more commonly associated with politicians and civil servants.
Wrestler reportedly said he is 'going home'
Anelka has been charged by the FA and could face a minimum five-match ban if found guilty
Damning study says there is a lack of support to help Britain’s poorest pay for funerals
It's not just the poor who are subject to occasional feelings of entitlement
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Ballon d'Or winner still has five years left on Real Madrid contract
Robson won the first set before retiring hurt which comes as the latest blow in an effort to be fit for the Australian Open
Mother of murdered teenager Stephen accuses Metropolitan Police of winding down investigation
Rams manager is regarded more as a messiah of the East Midlands than the 'wally with a brolly' of his England days
Wayne Gretzky, ice hockey’s greatest player, was born in 1961 in Ontario, Canada, where the sport is more a religion than a hobby. He first skated at the age of two on a rink that his dad Walter had made in the garden of their family home. At six, Gretzky was playing in an under-10s team. His jersey was too big for him, so he started to tuck in the right side of it, a superstition that stuck with him throughout his career.