Ageing without childrenFinancial challenges for people ageing without children
Kirsty Woodard discusses the unique challenges faced by people ageing without children.
Lasting power of attorneyLasting Power of Attorney – It doesn’t need to break the bank
Jennifer from Compassion in Dying discusses the many untruths that surround making and registering a Lasting Power of Attorney.
Affordable funeralsAffordable funerals?
With the average price of a funeral now more than £4,000, Claire Brandon from Quaker Social Action explains what can be done to help manage the costs.
Bereavement and financial worriesFinancial worries following bereavement
Bereavement can also bring a range of money worries. Stephanie Owens from Hospice UK looks at the issues and help available.
PLanning for the futurePlanning for the future – A lasting power of attorney is something for everyone
Charlotte Gandhu, from the Office of the Public Guardian, explains the importance of having a lasting power of attorney.
resilience in the face of misfortuneResilience in the face of misfortune
Anne tells us about the difficulties of trying to pay into a pension when challenges were thrown in her path and the strain this puts on her to this day.
Unexpected costs in residential careUnexpected costs in residential care
Michael Roche, a Technical Advisor at Independent Age, highlights some of the unforeseen costs people may face when moving into residential care.
Worrying about the futureWorrying about the future
Mike, one of Independent Age’s campaigners, shares his fears for the future as costs continue to rise.
Pounds, Shillings and PensionsPounds, Shillings and Pensions: Our mission doesn’t end here
Natasha Jetha, a Senior Policy Officer at Independent Age, shares what we have learnt from our blog series and our plans for the future