The Retiready Pension
The Retiready Pension provides a tax-efficient way of saving for your retirement. It provides simplified investment choices, making it easier to manage your retirement savings.
Benefits of the Retiready pension
- You're in control, with guidance when you need it
- Simple investment choice
- Clear charges
- Tax relief on your contributions
(For example, for every £80 you pay, tax relief boosts the amount invested to £100.)
- Up to 25%
tax freecash option when you retire
- You can transfer in any existing pension funds subject to the terms and conditions of the Retiready Pension
Things to think about
- The value of an investment can fall as well as rise and isn't guaranteed. It's particularly important to remember this as you get close to retirement as your investments may not have time to recover from any losses.
- Once you invest
intoa pension, you can't get access to your savings until you reach 55.
- From 55 onwards, you can choose to spend, save or reinvest your pension pot as you like. However, the main purpose of your pension fund is to secure your financial future. Before taking benefits you should seek financial advice to make sure you fully understand whether it's in your best financial interests. You should consider shopping around to make sure you get the right solution - PensionWise is a free and impartial government service that helps you understand what you can do with your pension savings.
- The value of any tax relief depends on your individual circumstances.
- The tax information provided on this page is based on our understanding of current tax law and HMRC practice - which may change.
- You should be comfortable with the investment choices that you make as you may lose features, protections, guarantees or other benefits when you transfer. If you’re not sure, you should get financial advice - there may be a charge for this. A transfer for consolidation purposes is from one capital at risk pension product to another – so the value of your investments after any consolidation can still fall as well as rise and the final value of your consolidated pension pots may be less than paid in. Any new funds you move your money into will have their own set of risks that will be detailed in the fund information that will be available to you.