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10 Costly Pension Mistakes

10 COSTLY PENSION MISTAKES

This guide isn't personal advice but it reveals common pension mistakes and how to avoid or rectify them.

  • How to discover if your pension is on track
  • What 'free money' some private sector workers miss out on
  • How to benefit from the pension freedoms and avoid the traps

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    This guide isn't personal advice. Consider taking advice if you’re not sure. Please remember tax rules can change and the value of the tax benefits will depend on your circumstances. The value of investments can fall as well as rise so you could get back less than you invest. Money in a pension is not usually accessible until age 55 (57 from 2028).

    How to avoid these 10 pension traps

    Everybody makes mistakes in life - and pensions are no exception. The only difference is you could pay much more - and over a longer time - for pension mistakes than for many others. Why?

    This guide reveals common pension mistakes and how to avoid or rectify them.

    • How to discover if your pension is on track
    • What 'free money' some private sector workers miss out on
    • How to benefit from the pension freedoms and avoid the traps

    This guide isn't personal advice. Consider taking advice if you’re not sure. Please remember tax rules can change and the value of the tax benefits will depend on your circumstances. The value of investments can fall as well as rise so you could get back less than you invest. Money in a pension is not usually accessible until age 55 (57 from 2028).

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