Finally, some great news on pensions from the Government...
New rules on pensions will apply from April 2011 allowing pension investors to take advantage of income drawdown and pass on unused pension savings to their heirs - rather than losing it to the insurance companies, which is the norm at the moment.
With income drawdown your pension fund remains invested and after taking any tax free cash you require up to a maximum of 25% of the fund value (from age 55), you may be able to draw an income from it thereafter.
This is great news if you have a personal pension or a Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP). It's your pension, so find out now what it can do for you or if the new rules applies to you. Is your pension really working hard enough for you?
It's very important that you have this information, the days of paying into a scheme and forgetting about it until retirement are over. Procrastination is no longer an option.
It's simple, you can request a callback from me using the callback button below or give me a call / email on 01522 503 714 / email@example.com. I'm here to help you find the best route to reviewing your pension. Once I know more about your situation, with your agreement I will introduce you to a qualified Independent Financial Adviser who is authorised and regulated to review your pension arrangements and offer you the best advice.