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Transferring a drawdown pension

Transferring a drawdown pension

Thinking about transferring your drawdown pension? Cost and service can vary drastically from one drawdown provider to the next. If your provider is falling short of the mark you might be better off transferring elsewhere.

Transferring a drawdown pension
Transferring a drawdown pension

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    This guide is not personal advice. If you’re unsure if an investment is right for you, please seek personal advice. Income is not secure and the value of investments can rise and fall so you could get back less than you originally invest. Before transferring check you won’t lose any valuable benefits or need to pay high exit fees.

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    Thinking about transferring your drawdown pension?

    Cost and service can vary drastically from one drawdown provider to the next. If your provider is falling short of the mark you might be better off transferring elsewhere.

    In this guide you'll learn

    • 5 key questions to help you compare the service you’re paying for and what you’re getting in return (or missing out on)
    • The pros and cons of transferring as cash or as stock
    • Things to watch out for before you transfer

    This guide is not personal advice. If you’re unsure if an investment is right for you, please seek personal advice. Income is not secure and the value of investments can rise and fall so you could get back less than you originally invest. Before transferring check you won’t lose any valuable benefits or need to pay high exit fees.

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