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Pensions & Retirement

Pensions and Retirement

Life after work…

Options at retirement

Pension freedom! The choice is yours. Do you:

  • Leave your pension where it is?
  • Take your tax free cash?
  • Take the lot?
  • Buy an annuity?
  • Buy an extremely fast car?
  • Or a combination of everything?

You may have noticed that there has been a great deal of press recently about changes in pension legislation. Given the new flexibilities that have been brought into place, pensions are now one of the most attractive and tax efficient options available to you.

It’s never too early (or too late!) to start planning for your retirement – whatever your age, there’s a plan for you!

Planning for retirement

The key to building a healthy pension pot is in the planning, coupled with regular reviews of your personal circumstances. Dodd Wealthcare can advise you on all aspects of pension planning to make sure you make the most of your new pension opportunities and help you to work out what you will need to do to ensure you can continue to live your lifestyle well into your retirement years.

To help you develop your retirement plans, Contact Us Today.

The value of investments and the income from them can fall as well as rise and past performance is not a guide to future performance. You may get back less than you invested as investment returns are not guaranteed.

Dodd Wealthcare are fully independent and impartial advisers with a wealth of experience.

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