How to avoid running out of money when you retire: Free report
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Our straightforward, easy-to-read report could help you combat threats to your wealth in retirement.
Most investors are concerned their pensions won't give them enough money when they retire - and rightly so.
This guide reveals:
- Why a signature on some standard paperwork could cost you £11,000
- The secret of running a portfolio successfully - and what happens when you don't
- Which safe investment your pension provider may not allow you to hold
- Why some of the most common investments could deprive you of greater potential returns
IMPORTANT: This report, like our service, is not advice. It simply gives you the facts so you can decide for yourself. If you're unsure, please seek advice. The actions highlighted are for people comfortable making their own investment decisions.
Some think of their pension as a savings account – they add money and expect it to grow automatically over time. In reality, most private pensions are investments. They grow (or fall, for that matter) depending on investment performance.