The rules on inheritance tax for spouses, and what the thresholds are

Article thumbnail: Upset female thinking about high prices while looking at utilities, gas, electricity, rental charges, water bill due to inflation and crisis. Planning personal budget while sitting in kitchen. Weighing options on how to save money

'I have invested in my pension for seven years but it has only grown by £900. Is this right?'

A reader wants to know why their pension pot has not grown by much over the past few years

Jeremy Hunt to announce pension funds reforms to put savers 'first and foremost'

Half of older adults who left the workforce during pandemic ended up in poverty

Article thumbnail: File photo dated 22/12/16 of an elderly woman holding pound coins in her hands, in Poole, Dorset. Pensioners on low incomes are being urged by Age UK to see if they qualify for Pension Credit, which could help them to access other cost-of-living support as well as topping up their regular income. Issue date: Wednesday December 7, 2022. PA Photo. Older people on a low income have until December 18 to put in a claim for Pension Credit in order to qualify for the second part of the Government's cost-of-living payment, which is a ?324 lump sum, the charity said. See PA story MONEY Pensioners. Photo credit should read: Yui Mok/PA Wire

What should I do if I've retired too early? How inflation is pushing people back to work

'How much inheritance tax will be owed on our pensions and Isas when we die?'

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How equity release works, and whether freeing up equity from your home is a good idea

How to access your pension, and whether you can withdraw money before you are 55

How I Manage My Money: An immigration officer turned money blogger on £6,000 a month

The pros and cons of deferring your state pension, according to experts

'I paid off my children's mortgages — and lowered how much inheritance tax they will pay'