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    Where can I get Pension Information?

    If you are looking for pension information the best advice is to look online and speak to a financial adviser. When it comes to speaking to a financial adviser it would be wise to choose someone with specific expertise in the field that you are looking. Many financial advisers target a specific client type and

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    What pension performance can I expect?

    What pension performance can I expect?“>

    An expert has advised consumers to increase their pension contributions and take greater interest in the returns generated. A financial advice website has stated that the average personal pension plan return has fallen by 60 per cent in the last ten years. Moneyfacts.com has attributed the trend to falling stockmarkets and annuity rates. In fact,

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    What will my pension value be at retirement?

    What will my pension value be at retirement?“>

    The value of your pension at retirement will depend on your contribution amounts, how long you have been contributing, the performance of the funds, and the charges and fees that have been applied. When you go through a pension review/transfer process an IFA will normally contact your pension provider on your behalf to get a

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    Where can I find out about pension regulations?

    There are several very good sites for guidance on pension regulations. Direct.gov.uk- provides individuals excellent starter information and tax, laws limits and a lot more. The link below takes you straight to a very useful page: http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Pensionsandretirementplanning/BeginnersGuideToPensions/index.htm The Pension Regulator- specialises in work based pensions and gives a lot of information for individuals, employers, trustees

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    What pension payments will I need to make to retire comfortably?

    What pension payments will I need to make to retire comfortably?“>

    The monthly pension payments you will need to make to afford yourself a comfortable retirement will primarily depend on how far you are from retirement, the lifestyle in retirement that will make you comfortable, and the performance of the funds you invest in. The earlier you start the lower the pension payments you will need

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    What level of pension income can I expect?

    What level of pension income can I expect?“>

    Your pension income will be a sum of your state pension and the income from your private/occupational pensions. The state pension when you retire will depend on the financial situation of the country at the time. There are Government talks at the moment about a rate of £140 a week, but your pension will be

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    What is an annuity pension?

    What is an annuity pension?“>

    When you enter retirement you need to use the pot of money you have saved over your working life to provide an income to live on. Generally people buy an annuity from an insurance company with their fund and gain an income for the rest of their life. This annuity is basically an insurance policy

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    Is an ISA best or do the benefits of a pension make the pension better?

    This post will look at advantages and disadvantages of ISAs and Pensions and then look at the relative merits of each in different situations. Simplistically: With an ISA you put your taxed income in an ISA and the returns are not taxed (its actually more complex than this) With Pensions you put the money in

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    Should I do a pension switch?

    Should I do a pension switch?“>

    A pension switch involves moving your funds from one pension scheme to another. Generally people transfer their pension to get better growth performance or to decrease charges and fees associated with their current scheme. It is generally not a good idea to switch your pension if you are in a defined benefit scheme or have certain guarantees.

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    What is a tax free lump sum?

    Post 2006 pension reform most pensions now allow a tax free lump sum of 25% of the value of the fund on retirement. Minimum retirement age for pensions is now 55 after April 2016.  This cash free lump sum is a benefit which makes pensions a more tax efficient vehicle than the alternatives. Although, ISA

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