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A Guide to Income Drawdown

A Guide to Income Drawdown

Our guide aims to take you through all the major aspects of how an Income Drawdown plan works, how you can choose a plan that is right for you, how to organise your income, as well as looking in detail at all those risks and the dangers of using Drawdown as your product of choice in retirement.

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The Importance of Good Investment Performance on your Pension

The Importance of Good Investment Performance on your Pension

This guide is published for your use to demonstrate the value pension fund performance has on the eventual pension pot. In amongst all the discussion of greater pension freedoms and the general, recently announced, changes in legislation this is a guide which highlights the unchanged value of getting good advice which leads to good long term performance.

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Retirement Income Guide

The Retirement Income Guide

If you are heading towards retirement, just about to retire or already in retirement you will face crucial decisions about how to organise your income. This guide is written to give you a series of thoughts about how to approach planning for your retirement years and how to work out answers to all the questions you will have to address.

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The Billion Pound Pension Funds that Fail Investors

The Billion Pound Pension Funds that Fail Investors

A research paper outlining shocking performance from some of the biggest pension funds in the UK.

There are more than one hundred pension funds in the UK today that have a fund size of more than £1 Billion. Each one has at least £1 Billion of pension investors’ money within them.

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The Importance of Understanding Longevity When Planning Your Retirement

The Importance of Understanding Longevity When Planning Your Retirement

The guide explains that life expectancy is not the most likely date of death. How many people know that their most likely date of death is commonly six or seven years greater than their life expectancy?

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