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The Retirement Café Podcast

Mar 24, 2020

Our wonderful next door neighbour, Peggy, is 91 years young.

She joins me to share the experiences of her long life that have influenced how she lives today, in the second episode of our series about Longevity and Retirement.

Peggy grew up on a farm, started work before turning 15 and married young. As a fitness fan,...


Mar 17, 2020

As life expectancies have increased, conceptions of retirement have evolved. 

With many people likely to live for twenty to thirty years beyond State Pension age (SPa), retirement is no longer simply a period of winding down at the end of your life. This shift has led more people to question what retirement is all...


Mar 10, 2020

Have you ever sought financial advice?

And if so, did you act on the advice given? If you didn’t follow the advice you received, you’re not alone.

Too often, the advice is sound (hopefully) and you’re eager, but for some reason nothing happens.

Neuropsychologist and financial change expert, Dr Moira...


Mar 3, 2020

Greg Davies is a globally recognised expert in behavioural finance and its impact upon our financial wellbeing. Behavioural finance is a way of understanding the decision making you go through in your day to day life, how your personality and psychology influences that, and ultimately how we use that knowledge to help...


Feb 25, 2020

We’ve heard many wonderful personal stories of retirement life, but it’s not rosy for everyone. Many people suffer from isolation and loneliness.

This week’s guest needs no introduction.

Dame Esther Rantzen has been a household name for many years since first appearing on our TV screens as a presenter...