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Frequently asked questions
We have partnered with FCA regulated and authorised Independent Financial Advisers who will provide advice free of charge on your pension options. This is a no obligation service, but if you decide to take their advice they will inform you of the fee they would charge to implement the advice.
Many pension schemes allow people to take 25% take free cash from the age of 55. You can contact us and we will organise for one of our partners to see whether you are eligible to see whether you can take 25% take free cash.
Cashing in a Final Salary Pension (or Defined Benefit Scheme as they are also know) is a very complex area, and the options available depend on a number of factors. If you contact us we will organise for one of our partners to see whether this might be a suitable option under your circumstances.
The first 25% is tax free with the balance taxed as income at your highest marginal tax rate. To minimise tax implications it may be beneficial to defer taking it all out. If this seems like a better option then do not hesitate to contact us and we will organise free guidance from one of pour partners.
This is not something you can currently do however Government consultations suggest that you may be able to do so from April 2017.
You can obtain a State Pension Forecast by calling 0345-3000-168, please have your National Insurance number with you.
Please speak to the Department for Work and Pensions or take advice from your local Citizens Advice Bureau.
The new State Pension will be a regular payment from the government that you can claim if you reach state pension age on or after 6 April 2016.
You’ll be able to get the new State Pension if you’re eligible and:
- • a man born on or after 6 April 1951
- • a woman born on or after 6 April 1953
Please contact the pension regulator at http://www.thepensionsregulator.gov.uk/en/employers