Call Now 0800 008 6065
Mon - Thurs: 8am - 6pm and Fri: 9am - 3:30pm

Calculate the best drawdown - Maximise your pension income today

Get expert advice to calculate your highest retirement income

Key things to remember:

  • You can drawdown your pension if you are 55 or over

  • You can release 25% of your pension pot tax-free

  • Your pension will stay invested until you need it

Accessing your Pension Savings
Retiring or simply want to get hold of the money in your pension? You have a few options. But to know which one is right for you, you'll need to speak with a pension expert.

Taking professional financial advice not only grows but also protects your retirement income.

A Flexible Income in Retirement
The most flexible way to access your savings is through drawdown. It allows you to take what you need whenever you want it.

The first 25% that you take from your pension pot is completely tax-free, and the rest of your fund stays invested. So unlike an annuity, anything left in the fund can be inherited by your loved ones.

Better Than a Calculator
With so many factors that go into calculating a retirement income (such as pension value, personal retirement plans, and attitude to investment risk), online calculators are entirely inaccurate.

Complete our simple form to connect with a pension drawdown adviser and they’ll help you calculate the best possible income for your retirement.

"Pension Drawdown proved to be a more flexible pension option that gave me better access to my pension fund."

Maureen Knowles
Ashton-under-Lyne

100% Privacy Guaranteed

We only collect your data to deal with your initial enquiry. You will not be added to a marketing list.

In addition to your pension options, you will also receive our fully updated, all-you-need-to-know guide to drawdown pensions.

Complete flexibility

Take your money as and when you need it. Unlike an annuity, your money isn’t locked away.

Reduce your fees

Find out what fees you're currently being charged, and how you can reduce these to maximise your savings.

Tax free

You can take up to 25% of your pension fund as a tax free cash lump sum.

Future growth

Your pension fund remains invested. You could see your fund’s value increase over time.

""Pension drawdown was a more flexible option. It lets me take my money as I need it.""

Richard Gill,
Cirencester