If my pension provider doesn’t offer the best rate, is it easy to transfer the pension ‘pot’? Also I’m being treated for ovarian cancer for the second time, should I be asking for an ‘enhanced’ pension’?
I look after my elderly mother but I am getting to the point of not being fit enough to do it myself. What help can I get? I can’t afford private nursing.
I am worried I might not be able to work through my treatment for ovarian cancer, or for a while afterwards. I know I need to cut down on my outgoings and economise, but where do I begin?
I’m 53 and was diagnosed with advanced ovarian cancer a few years ago but I don’t know what the future holds. I’ve heard about life insurance policies for the over 50s – can I take one out now so that I can provide for my dependent children?
I am retired and live with my husband. We live in our own home with no mortgage. I’ve heard about people releasing equity from their property to help with cash flow. Can you tell me how this works and whether you would advise it?
I want to help support my children through university but, since having ovarian cancer, I’ve had to use my savings and I am now no longer working. I’m worried I might have to tell them I can’t offer them any financial help. Is there anything positive I can do to help them with the finance side of things?
I’ve just been diagnosed with ovarian cancer. I need to get my finances in order but have no idea where to begin. What’s your advice?
I completed my degree last summer, around the same time that I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Having finished treatment a while ago, I now feel ready to apply for jobs. Should I declare my cancer on my application form or wait until the interview? Do I have to tell them at all? What are the benefits and drawbacks?
I am taking early retirement later this year. Can you recommend a good website for comparing annuities?