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Support after 50: Wealth, Work and Care part one

Recorded: 07/11/2023

Duration: 1 hour and 36 minutes

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This is the on demand registration page for part one of our two part event. You will find part two here.

The 2023 Budget had a major focus on helping people back to work. Both insurance and long-term savings have a major role to play in supporting people to stay in work and save for later life. The Government is preparing changes to pension rules, both to incentivise working for longer, as well as potential major reforms driven by a desire to grow the UK economy. The UK’s health and care system is under increased scrutiny with increased private provision, with care funding reform delayed until 2025. All of these changes affect how people plan for later life and reinforce the help they need to make financial decisions.

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This event looked at what support people need, and industry and others can give:

  • To remain healthy while in work and to recover from ill health to return to work
  • To make decisions about their pensions and other long-term savings
  • To navigate the care system, choose how to pay for care, and prepare for potential care costs.

Why watch:

  • Discover more about the barriers that providers face to give more enhanced guidance that helps people make decisions and the complex challenges as people make decision in later life.
  • Hear from policy experts and practitioners on how the support at decumulation and throughout retirement will change as DWP develops their own policy on this and the retirement market changes.
  • Take advantage of 3 hours of CPD with this CII accredited event.

What will you learn:

By the end of this event, delegates will be able to...

  • Learn about early findings from consumer research on the effectiveness of personalised guidance commissioned by the ABI
  • Outline decisions and trade-offs that people at mid-life and later life need to make, including work, accessing pensions and paying for care
  • Understand what kind of support people need to help them make decisions, and from whom, especially those for whom advice might be out of reach
  • Hear about the key barriers to providers and other guidance services offering more tailored enhanced guidance
  • Find out the position of key stakeholders from consumer organisations, advisers, providers and government and regulators on this topic and a way forward

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