We all have different ideas about what we would like to do once we stop working.
But the one thing that most of us will need is a level of income that allows us to turn those ideas into reality.
The good news is that your company has made a workplace pension scheme available to you, designed to help you save money for your retirement.
When you think ahead to your retirement, it can feel like there’s a lot to consider - how much you can afford to save right now and the sort of income you might need when you retire. Whatever stage of pension planning you’re at, the sooner you start saving, the more likely you are to be able to enjoy the kind of retirement you want.
Each month, pension contributions from your salary will automatically be invested in your pension. You can increase your contributions to reach your saving goals sooner - our retirement planning tools can help you see what impact making a change to your pension contributions now, could have later in life.
The value of a pension is not guaranteed and can go down as well as up. You could get back less than the amount paid in.
You can find further information about your pension within the documents below. These documents may be updated – you can find the version date of the document on the bottom of the last page. If you require a previous version of a document, please get in touch.
To help you with your retirement planning, we provide a range of planning tools so you can think about the kind of income that your pension savings are likely to provide for you. You can look at the sort of pension pot you might have when you reach retirement and what impact making changes to your pension contributions could have.
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Changes to the Default Investment Option
The Trustees have decided to change the default investment option for the scheme to target cash at retirement, instead of annuity purchase. To find out more please click here*. Targeting cash at retirement would enable you to withdraw your total pension savings as a single cash sum (or a series of cash sums) at your selected retirement age. The first 25% of each cash withdrawal is usually tax free.
Tax rules may change. The value of any tax benefits depends on the individual circumstances of the investor.
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