Family Life

The stages that you pass through from early life to retirement as a member of a family are called the family life cycle. As you reach each stage you are faced with new challenges and you will gain new skills that help you cope with this evolving cycle. Life doesn’t always run smoothly and situations such as severe illness, financial problems or the death of a loved one can have an effect on how well you pass through each stage. Whether you are a young person or over 50, MyAdviceGateway will help you locate the information and advice you need to cope with the challenges and stress of daily life.

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  • Computers in the Home
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  • Family Bereavement
  • Healthcare
  • Housing Matters
  • Local Authorities & Council Tax
  • Long Term Care & Caring
  • Pensions & Retirement
  • Relationships
Long Term Care & Caring

MANAGING AFFAIRS FOR SOMEONE ELSE

Some people are unable to carry out certain actions or make certain decisions alone (or for themselves), or are worried that this may be the case in the future. There are different ways of managing someone else’s affairs for different purposes and have differing levels of legal status.

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Education

HELP DURING SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

School holidays can be a stressful and costly time for parents but there are a range of schemes and activities available to help with this extra cost and workload.

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Pensions & Retirement

FINANCING RETIREMENT

Financing Retirement provides advice and information about retirement – from advice on investments, pensions and annuities to retiring abroad and how to claim your winter fuel allowance.

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Computers in the Home

SOCIAL NETWORKING AND BLOGS

A Social network is an online platform that enables you to communicate to people who share interests, activities, backgrounds, or real-life connections. A Blog is an online diary or journal created by someone to record in writing their thoughts on a specific subject or on life in general.

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Long Term Care & Caring

LASTING POWER OF ATTORNEY

Lasting powers of attorney (LPAs) meet the needs of those who can see a time ahead when they will not be able to look after their own personal and financial affairs and wish to nominate one or more people to act on their behalf.

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Pensions & Retirement

TAKING YOUR PENSION EARLY

If you are aged 55 or over taking pension early may be possible if you have a relevant private or company UK pension. Taking pension early allows you to release the benefits held within your pension before your retirement date should the need arise.

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Computers in the Home

SHOPPING, BANKING AND PAYING BILLS ONLINE

With the arrival of the Internet not only can you buy competitively from anywhere in the world, 24 x 7, but also frequently cheaper than shopping on the high street. It has also enabled you to pay bills and perform other routine tasks from the comfort of your own home.

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Pensions & Retirement

PENSION WISE

Pension Wise is a free government service introduced following the Pension reforms introduced in 2015 that helps the over 50’s understand what they can do with their pension pot money.

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Computers in the Home

HOBBIES, RESEARCH AND OTHER ACTIVITIES

Once you have mastered the basics of using your computer there are many exciting, interesting and useful things that the internet has made available to you in your own homelike Hobbies, Research, Family history and so much more.

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Pensions & Retirement

INCOME TAX & NATIONAL INSURANCE ON PENSIONS

A pension, once in payment to you, is a taxable benefit. You may therefore be liable to pay Income Tax on any pensions that you receive in excess of your personal tax allowance.

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Computers in the Home

FREE COURSES, TUTORIALS AND GUIDES

This section is an index of the home pages of the websites of free course, tutorials and learning guides available to you via the internet and externally across the UK.

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Pensions & Retirement

MAKING A WILL

Your Will is the document that lets you decide what will happens to your money, property and possessions after your death and ensures that you don’t pay unnecessary taxes to the government. If you die without making a Will, the State directs who will inherit your estate, so your friends, …

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Pensions & Retirement

LEAVING A DIGITAL LEGACY

It is no longer enough just to ensure that you have made adequate provisions in a will. You also must ensure that your online footprint and digital assets are securely documented.

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