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    Drawdown and you may be able to access 25% of your money tax-free!

    Talk through your drawdown options with an expert advisor who will give you peace of mind that your doing the right thing!

    • Access 25% tax-free
    • Possibility to maintain a steady income
    • Do more with your money
    • Option to pass remaining funds to you loved ones

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    FAQs

    How can I increase my pension income?

    There are many different ways in which to increase your pension but the obvious way is to pay more money in. The earlier you start paying into a pension, the more time your money has to grow.

    What’s the best way to take my pension?

    You have a number of options to access the money in your pension pot. These can vary dependant on your circumstances and your current pension plan in place:

    • take some or all of your pension pot as a cash lump sum, no matter what size it is
    • buy an annuity – you can take a cash lump sum too
    • take money directly from the pension fund, and leave the rest invested (income drawdown) – there won’t be any restrictions for how much you can take
    • a mix of the these options.

    It’s important to know the different tax rules for each option.

    How long will my pension last in drawdown?

    There are a few factors which can affect how long your pension will last in drawdown. These factors consist of the following:

    • How much you have in your pension?
    • How much tax free lump sum will you take ?
    • How your pension pot will be invested?
    Will my pension run out?

    It is a possibility for your pension to run out so managing withdrawals and expectations could be a good idea to ensure your money lasts during retirement.

    How will my pension income be taxed?

    You will have to pay Income Tax on any income over your Personal Allowance. This applies to all your pension income, also including the State Pension.

    Should I transfer my pension?

    It’s always a good idea to explore your options with your pension(s) to see what plans are available and which one might work best for you.

    What happens to my pension when I die?

    Certain pensions may be eligible to pass onto your loved ones but is always best to check your current plan to see if this is a feature.

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