ANNUITIES & INCOME DRAWDOWN
If you’re approaching your retirement or are thinking about semi-retirement, you’ll need to start considering your pension options.
It can be very confusing. Many people think that an annuity is their only option and that they’re locked into buying one from their pension provider. This isn’t the case. You can shop around for an annuity provider and there are lots of different annuities to choose from including enhanced annuities, investment-linked annuities and joint-life annuities.
An alternative to an annuity is income drawdown, where you stay invested while taking an income from your pension. You also have the option of combining an annuity with income drawdown.
Each option has its pros and cons, which is why it’s useful to talk to a company like ours. In helping you decide, we’ll take into account your investment risk level, capacity for loss, your health, flexibility required, who’s depending on your income and whether you want to leave an inheritance. We’ll talk you through the advantages and disadvantages of both an annuity and income drawdown so you get a clear understanding of how they work and which one is best for you.
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