One account for life

For financial advisers only

A simple retirement savings and income solution

One Retirement offers your clients the opportunity to consolidate and grow their savings and provides flexible income solutions – all in one simple, online account.

Bring finances together

If your clients have built up a number of pension pots through the years, they might want to find a single home for their savings. With its online management, and charges that reward consolidation, One Retirement could meet their needs.

By bringing their pension plans together, your clients will have a clearer picture of their total savings. Consolidating can also make it easier for you to keep track of where they are in relation to their retirement goals as you can view and manage all of their pension savings together online, taking the hassle out of dealing with lots of different providers.

Taking a pension income made simple

Most people don't simply stop working the day they turn 65 any more, and since April 2015, people have much more freedom in how and when they can access their retirement savings.

With One Retirement your clients don't need to change accounts when they take benefits. It offers a flexible range of income options that let them choose the route that's right for them, or use a combination.

You can find out more about each retirement income option below.

Retirement Income Options
Cash lump sum Annuity Flexi-access drawdown
Your client can cash in their policy, and pay tax on savings over 25%* of their total pot Guarantees an income for life but with limited flexibility Provides an income whilst their fund remains invested but their income isn't guaranteed
Guaranteed income for life Yes
Pass savings to loved ones Yes Extra cost Yes
Make changes if needed Yes Yes
Growth potential Yes Extra cost Yes

* The amount of tax-free cash available may vary depending on circumstances and any guarantees previously secured.

The value of an investment can fall as well as rise and isn’t guaranteed. Your client could get back less than they originally invested.