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Top 10 pension tips

Top 10 pension tips

It’s easy to forget about your pension until you finish work. But if you want the retirement lifestyle you dream of, keeping an eye on your pension is the first step to success.

This simple guide isn't personal advice, but our experts outline ten steps that can help keep your pension on track now and in the future, including:

  • How to receive additional tax-free income in retirement
  • A common pension gremlin to watch out for
  • An exciting tax-efficient alternative you might consider

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    This guide isn't personal advice. Please consider taking advice if unsure. 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 at least age 55 (57 from 2028).

    It’s easy to forget about your pension until you finish work. But if you want the retirement lifestyle you dream of, keeping an eye on your pension is the first step to success.

    In this simple guide, our experts outline ten steps that can help keep your pension on track now and in the future, including:

    • How to receive additional tax-free income in retirement
    • A common pension gremlin to watch out for
    • An exciting tax-efficient alternative you might consider

    Plus: Why it pays to shop around when looking at retirement options.

    This guide isn't personal advice. Please consider taking advice if unsure. 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 at least age 55 (57 from 2028).

    HL SIPP awards

    What you do with your pension is an important decision. We strongly recommend you understand your options and check your chosen option is suitable for your circumstances: take appropriate advice or guidance if you are at all unsure. The Government's free Pension Wise service can help. It provides impartial guidance face-to-face, online or by phone - more on Pension Wise. We offer a range of information to help you plan your own finances and personal financial advice if requested.