How much income can an investor get from Secure Retirement Income (SRI)?01 September 2015
The amount of income you will receive is worked out by multiplying your age-determined income rate with your income base.
Your income rate is based on the age at which you start taking an income from your Secure Retirement Income investment. So if, for example, you start taking an income at age 65, your income rate is set at 4.05%. It won’t increase when you turn 66.
This percentage is multiplied by your income base amount to work out your income.
To see how we calculate your income base, and the full income rates table for each age, see page two of our leaflet What is Secure Retirement Income?(Opens new window)