When it comes to using the savings pot you've built up over the years you've got more opportunities than ever before. Find out what your options are, and what you need to think about when it comes to tax and the State Pension too.
Our short film helps you understand how you can spend your TPT savings and what to expect when the day comes to take it.
Note: As you get closer to retirement, you might want to consider getting expert financial advice to help you understand the different options available and the best option/s to meet your needs. Find out more here.
It’s a good idea to check where your savings pot is invested as you get closer to the date you want to take it, so you can see if your investment option reflects how and when you want to take your savings. You can pick from a range of options should you wish to make a change. Remember, your savings pot will be invested in a Target Date Fund unless you changed to another option. Your savings pot will remain invested in this option until you make changes or decide to take it.Reviewing your investment
If you're considering making changes to the way you're saving or investing, a financial adviser could be an invaluable resource when it comes to making good financial decisions.
Ask for a free consultation – most advisers will spend an hour with you, free of charge, to help determine what you need and how much it might cost.
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Here's what you can do, and can expect to receive from us, in the 12 months before you take your money.
Most people will receive a State Pension. The amount you receive depends on how many 'qualifying years' you have when you reach State Pension Age.Visit the HMRC website
Unfortunately, people approaching retirement are often targets for scams. Make sure you know what to look out for and how to spot an offer or a request that isn't legitimate.ScamSmart
If you haven't registered for your Retirement Savings Account yet, click here to find out how you can do it