Flexi-access drawdown v. Secure Retirement Income

Taking control of your options

Flexi-access drawdown offers the flexibility for a client to change their strategy as their income needs change, but this comes with the risk that their retirement income will run out too soon.

 

Secure Retirement Income (SRI) takes that risk away.

 

Flexi-access drawdown or SRI

 

Income security

 

Flexi-access drawdown

 

Generally slightly better income potential, but income can fall and could run out too soon.

 

SRI

 

Income generally starts a little lower, it can go up but will never go down.

 

Flexibility

 

Flexi-access drawdown

 

Change retirement strategy or access savings at any time - you’re in control.

 

SRI

 

Change retirement strategy or access savings at any time - you’re in control.

 

Savings longevity

 

Flexi-access drawdown

 

Savings retain exposure to market growth potential.

 

SRI

 

Savings retain exposure to market growth potential.

 

Cost

 

Flexi-access drawdown

 

Cost depends on investment selected.

 

SRI

 

Cost to guarantee income means charges will generally be higher.

 

For more information, please visit:

 

aegon.co.uk/SRI

 

The value of investments may go down as well as up. Investors may get back less than originally invested.

 

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