Tagged: flexible drawdown

Minimising potential taxes and duties on your death

Posted on December 18, 2013 by - Protection, Uncategorized

IMMEDIATE ACCESS TO YOUR PENSION FUNDS, ALLOWING YOU TO TAKE OUT WHAT YOU WANT, WHEN YOU WANT IT

As your wealth grows, it is inevitable that your estate becomes more complex. Money saved via a pension can be passed on to a loved one, usually outside their estate and free of any death tax, provided the pension fund has not been touched and they die before age 75. People fortunate enough not to need immediate access to their personal pension may therefore decide not to touch those savings for as long as possible. (more…)

What to consider if you are
 approaching your retirement

Posted on October 28, 2013 by - News, Retirement, Uncategorized

Make sure you have enough income to provide for your needs in the future

Sooner or later we will retire, and the decisions we make today are the ones that will determine the standard of living we will enjoy in the future. If you are approaching your retirement there are some very important choices you need to make that will determine how much income you live on once retired. (more…)

What to consider if you are
 approaching your retirement

Posted on August 21, 2013 by - Retirement, Wealth Creation

Sooner or later we will retire, and the decisions we make today are the ones that will determine the standard of living we will enjoy in the future. If you are approaching your retirement there are some very important choices you need to make that will determine how much income you live on once retired. (more…)