25 April 2018
One in five over-65s are struggling to clear debts run up from unexpected bills. Half of over-65s only keep their credit cards to help with one-off major bills.
Key Retirement’s Managing Debt In Retirement guide can help to beat debt problems.
21 March 2018
Pension shortfalls and unexpected bills turn up the heat on pensioners in debt.
One in seven rely on credit cards to keep their heads above water.
Key Retirement launches Managing Debt In Retirement guide with independent financial expert Alvin Hall.
16 March 2018
Two out of five over-55s do not clear credit card balances every month. And one in three have loans and overdrafts on top of credit card debts. Key is campaigning to help savers become retirement ready.
13 February 2018
Retired homeowners gain £7,900 in property wealth in a year, Key Retirement Pensioner Property Index shows.
Over-65s in the South East and East Anglia have made more than £1,000 a month in the past year.
10 January 2018
Pensioners release £8.2 million from their homes every day. Retired homeowners unlocking an average £77,380 from their homes, Key Retirement’s 2017 Equity Release Market Monitor shows.
13 December 2017
One in three over-65s plan improvements to ensure their home is suitable. Nearly one in five want a bathroom downstairs but the priority is making the garden easier to manage.
11 December 2017
It's been a great year here at Key Retirement, and we'd like to take this opportunity to extend a warm thank you to all of our customers. We hope you're looking forward to the holidays.
29 November 2017
Retired homeowners are boosting their finances by an average £71,500 from their property wealth, according to new analysis from leading over-55s finance specialist Key Retirement.
07 October 2017
Over-65 homeowners’ property wealth hits new record of £1.101 trillion, Key Retirement Pensioner Property Equity Index shows. Total over-65 homeowner property wealth grows £47 billion since May.
26 September 2017
More than two out of five worried about losing control of finances and nearly half worry about their partner. But more than half would appoint partner to look after their finances.
Applications for Lasting Powers of Attorney increase to 650,000 applications a year.