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    Getting The Most Out Of Your Pension at Retirement

    Making Plans Retirement is inevitable as it is a product of aging which cannot be halted. When your retirement day looms, it is necessary to have a plan which will enable you to earn the most money you can from your pension. Fortunately, there are a host of available options. Choosing the right one will

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    Know Your Annuity Pension Options

    All UK citizens who reach retirement age are eligible for a state pension. The state pension age is set at 65 for men at present and 65 for all women who were born after 1955. This is set to increase in the next few decades with a potential retirement age of 68 mooted. There is

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    Pension Annuity Options Tax-Free Cash Open Market Lifetime Annuity

    Tax-Free Cash When your day of retirement finally comes, the first option available to you is to withdraw a lump sum of cash tax-free. It is possible to take out up to one-quarter of your total pension in a single transaction which is also known as the Pension Commencement Lump Sum. Once upon a time,

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    Picking An Annuity: Joint Life Single Life Inflation Guarantees Protected Rights

    Choosing an annuity is a life changing decision and one that usually cannot be changed once the contract has been signed. This is why there are so many options when it comes to choosing an annuity. Joint Life Annuity If you are married, one choice involves deciding if you want your spouse to benefit from

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    Buying An Annuity: Best Annuity Rates Value Protection Investments

    Securing Higher Annuity Rates It is possible to receive a higher annuity payment than normal if you are a smoker or can prove you are in ill health. Statistically, smokers and elderly people with a chequered medical history are likely to have a life expectancy lower than the norm. It should be noted that your

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    Getting An Annuity: Unsecured Pensions Variable Annuities Mortality Drag

    Unsecured Pension Also known as income drawdown, this is among the most flexible investment fund options available and can be purchased until you turn 75. It is especially useful for those who have other sources of income or who have large funds. With income drawdown, you will be allowed to withdraw a certain amount of

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    Choosing An Annuity: Phased Retirement ASP

    Phased Retirement Phased retirement is an option available to those who do not wish to convert the entire value of their pension into either income drawdown or annuities. Instead, you can go through the process of conversion in ‘phases’ with smaller annuities and income drawdown arrangements purchased over time. If you elect to utilise phased

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    What Happens To My Pension Fund When I Die?

    Financial institutions offer various choices regarding what happens to your pension fund after you die. These articles provide advice relating to this important aspect of your pension. Anywhere you see information pertaining to spouse’s pensions, note that this includes dependants as well as civil partners. Tax legislation changes frequently so be sure to check out

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    Income Drawdown Vs Conventional Annuities

    Both options have their plus and minus points as well as their opponents and proponents. Below is a list of the main pros and cons of Conventional Annuities and Income Drawdown/Alternatively Secured Pension. Regular Annuities Pros Ÿ  They are easy to set up and can be understood by anyone Ÿ  You have a secure income

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    Pre-Retirement Pension Fund Investment Options

    Just because you are not planning on retiring does not mean you should neglect to deal with your pension ahead of time. Financially speaking, sorting out your pension plans now will save you a huge amount of money. The quicker you act, the more comfortable your retirement will be. Instead of purchasing an annuity before

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