Irish Life Pensions: What stage are you at with your pension?

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Looking after your 'future self' in your 30s

Most people spend their 20s and 30s grafting, thinking about getting the right job, the right house, the right car, the right partner - not their pension payments.

“Time is the only luxury, it’s the only thing that you can’t get back” - so said rapper and self-styled visionary Kanye West, and he’s not wrong... read more about pensions in your 30s.

Getting some peace of mind in your 40s

The decade when you are likely to pass from the first to the second half of your working life is a good time to get planning.

Retirement is still a long way away - but you’ve earned for long enough to appreciate the peace of mind that getting on top of your pension offers - even if you haven't necessarily found the time to sit down and find the plan that works best for you... Read more about your pensions in your 40s.

Is 50 the new 30? 

It's not too late to get saving and preparing for a (relatively ) care-free retirement.

They say that 50 is the new 30, while you might still feel young - you are in a transitional period, your priorities are shifting, and retirement is no longer a million miles away... read more about pensions in your 50s.

So you are in your 60s, what now?

The 'secret' to enjoying your retirement is proper planning.

This is a new period of your life, and the fact that such a big lifestyle change is on the horizon might be making you anxious. But it doesn’t have to... read more about pensions in your 60s.

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