Retirement and pensions

With hardly a week going by without some new revelation on the so called 'pensions crisis', what action should you take with your existing pension plans and how should your planning be developed in order that you can retire with an adequate level of retirement income? Please contact us to discuss how we can advise you in this aspect of your planning.

What action should you take with your existing pension plans and how should your planning be developed in order that you can retire with an adequate level of retirement income? Contact us to discuss how we can advise you in this aspect of your planning.

The pension and annuity rules are changing. The need to plan for the future has not.

 

Please note, The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate buy to let mortgages, taxation or State pensions. 

Changes over the last 10 years have radically changed the pension rules and savings potential.
What does a comfortable retirement look like and can you improve what you will retire on?
Stakeholder pension schemes are low-cost pensions meant for people without existing private pension arrangements. They were originally targeted at people who earn more than £10,000 a year and who cannot join an occupational pension scheme. They have, however, turned out to have much broader appeal.
There are limits on how much can be invested in a pension scheme before a tax charge is payable.
The Government has changed the age rules for qualification for the state pension.
State pension deferral is the right to defer entitlement to the state pension. In return for deferring for a period of at least nine weeks, the resulting pension increases by 1% for every nine weeks’ deferral, an approximate annual rate of 5.8%.
Details of pension credits for the current year.