Pre-Budget report from the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alistair Darling, is due on Wednesday 9th December 2009…..click above for more information
Personal pension minimum retirement age is changing from 50 to 55 on 6th April 2010. If you’re aged 50-54 now and wish to take benefits before age 55 you may need to act before 5th April…..click above for more information
How to Access in Excess of 25% of Your Pension Fund Today
Many people often ask about “cashing in their pension plans”. Unfortunately, many people are under the illusion, or simply don’t recall, that you cannot simply take all the funds accumulated under your pension plan out in one go.
Instant Growth of 36.36% on Your Money
In the current investment market there is very little opportunity as far as most people can see it to make a decent short-term return on your money.
There is however a nice tool which can be used to generate an immediate return of 36.36% on your money invested.
One popular method of saving for retirement is to use a “personal pension plan”. This is a tax-efficient savings vehicle for building a fund from which to take a lump-sum and/or income in retirement.
It offers a number of tax benefits which will be covered later in this article.