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Let's talk retirement

Introducing tips and guidance to help you prepare for the retirement you want.

Retirement these days looks different for each of us. You may want to take a break for a few years before finding a new venture to pursue. Or, like over half of people we surveyed*, you may be planning to work in retirement. Or, you may simply want to spend more time with the family.

Whatever your retirement looks like, we’re here to help, support you as you prepare for your retirement  – no matter what route you choose to take.

On this page, you’ll find information about all things retirement – whether you’re planning for it or living it already.
 

*The Fidelity Global Retirement Survey 2019

The survey population consisted of respondents with the following qualifying conditions: individuals aged 20-75 years old; working full time or part time or have spouse working full time or part time; not retired; expecting to retire someday; with or without retirement savings; the main financial decision maker or equal joint main financial decision maker in the household; a minimum household income of United States: $20,000 annually; United Kingdom: £10,000 annually; Germany: #20,000 annually; Hong Kong: HK$15,000 monthly; Japan: ¥3,000,000 annually; Canada: CA$10,000 annually. The research and analysis were completed for the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan and Canada. Data collection was completed in partnership with Ipsos, a global market and opinion research specialist, who collected and collated data for each region in September 2019.

Let’s Talk Retirement

Retirement isn’t like the old days a hand-shake and you’re retired the next day. This video aims to get you planning ahead now, by taking stock of what you have, tracing old pensions; get the big financial picture in place so you can decide when you can truly retire.

Watch time: 6 mins 17 seconds

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