Equity Release Advice © powered by HUB Financial Solutions Ltd

A good retirement, like any other challenge, is about quality of life and making the best decisions for you and your family.  Yet it’s often the case that those things you would like to do, or even need to do, get left undone due to financial constraints.

As we are all living longer, enjoying later life can be rewarding but it can also bring financial uncertainty and worry.  Questions about how good your pension is for your day-to-day needs and whether it’s sufficient for your leisure interests, holidays, house maintenance and other family matters all add to the kind of stress that every one of us could do without.

Yet for homeowners there are some sensible solutions. Have you ever considered how much tax-free cash you could generate from your home to provide a more comfortable retirement? Using equity release, you can unlock some of the cash tied up in the value of your property, while still being able to live there for the rest of your lifetime.

Equity release is fully regulated and the options available are more easily understood and transparent. However, borrowing against your home isn’t always the right course and will reduce the value of your estate, so it is vital to gain expert advice.

Good Retirement has chosen to partner with HUB Financial Solutions (who are part of the JUST Group) to provide a comprehensive financial advice service across a range of solutions to help people plan for and during retirement. There are many different options for making your money go further including equity release, so it is important to shop around and take time to make a decision that suits your own individual circumstances.

The initial consultation with HUB Financial Solutions is FREE and carries no obligation. They will help you understand the different options so you can consider what is right for you.

The Just Group’s annual survey reveals Six in 10 pensioner homeowners eligible for State Benefits are failing to claim their full entitlement, Just Group’s annual customer insight report reveals:

• More than four in 10 (42%) eligible pensioner homeowners are failing to claim any benefit

• £830 a year benefit being lost by homeowners failing to claim

• A further two in 10 (20%) are underclaiming and missing out on £702 extra income

• Just Group calls for benefits information to be at the heart of retirement guidance

Good Retirement has chosen to partner with HUB Financial Solutions (who are part of the JUST Group) to provide a comprehensive financial advice service across a range of solutions to help people plan for and during retirement. There are many different options for making your money go further including equity release, so it is important to shop around and take time to make a decision that suits your own individual circumstances.

The initial consultation with HUB Financial Solutions is FREE and carries no obligation. They will help you understand the different options so you can consider what is right for you.

The Just Group’s annual survey reveals Six in 10 pensioner homeowners eligible for State Benefits are failing to claim their full entitlement, Just Group’s annual customer insight report reveals:

• More than four in 10 (42%) eligible pensioner homeowners are failing to claim any benefit

• £830 a year benefit being lost by homeowners failing to claim

• A further two in 10 (20%) are underclaiming and missing out on £702 extra income

• Just Group calls for benefits information to be at the heart of retirement guidance

To find out more, calculate how much you could release or just simply explore whether you might consider equity release in your retirement plans just click here.  Using our partner’s equity release advice service could help you to decide what’s right for you – all with a no obligation guarantee.  And remember, Good Retirement is a social enterprise making donations to chosen charities and distributing any surplus funds to good causes.  But, most of all, Good Retirement is about helping you.

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