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Be better off in retirement - Maximise your income today

Speak to an expert financial adviser to secure your highest pension 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

Keep your pension invested and take a flexible income as and when you need it using drawdown. Your retirement could last for many years, and drawdown allows you to keep your retirement income options open. A drawdown pension offers you more flexibility than ever before, and could allow your pension fund to go much further.

There are so many factors that go into planning a retirement income, such as pension value, personal retirement plans, and attitude to investment risk. Professional advice from a regulated financial adviser is essential to get you the best possible income. To be connected with a financial adviser, and see how drawdown could benefit you, complete our simple form.

By connecting you with a financial adviser, you’ll get a personally tailored pension drawdown plan to get you the best deal for retirement. In addition, you will also receive a free all-you-need-to-know guide to pension drawdown.

“My IFA helped me to get the best retirement income out of my pension savings."

Maureen Knowles
Ashton-under-Lyne

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In addition to your drawdown 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, with up to 25% as a tax free cash lump sum.

Leave a legacy

With flexible access to your pension fund, you can leave behind money to transfer to loved ones.

True calculation

IFAs have the knowledge to calculate the best possible retirement income for you.

Future growth

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

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

Richard Gill,
Cirencester