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
Drawdown allows you to take a flexible income that works for you in retirement. You can take money from your pension as and when you need it.
Because your pension remains invested, the value of your savings can increase but could decline too. There’s also no guarantee the money would last your whole retirement.
That’s why an ongoing plan from a qualified and regulated pension advisor is recommended for anyone choosing income drawdown for retirement.
When you use our service:
- We’ll connect you with a pension advisor authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
- You’re offered a free, no-obligation consultation by your pension advisor.
- You’ll receive expert, personal advice on the best way to draw an income for your retirement.
Speaking with a qualified, regulated pension expert will help you to maximise your income by drawing your money in the most effective way.
You’ll have access to a wealth of knowledge and ongoing reviews to ensure your pension is on track to last your whole retirement.
Complete our short form to speak with a regulated pension advisor about your options. Arrange your free, no-obligation consultation today.
"Income Drawdown proved to be a more flexible pension option that gave me better access to my pension fund."Maureen Knowles