Retirement advice to give you confidence
Retiring is a big step. Stepping back from work and starting the next phase of your life. Retirement is often a milestone that’s eagerly anticipated as you have the free time to indulge your passions.
But whether you plan to spend more time with grandchildren or explore the world, the financial side can be intimidating. This is where retirement advice can help you.
Retirees today have far more freedom when it comes to accessing their pension to build the retirement income they need to meet their goals. However, it also means you’re likely to take more responsibility for your finances and how they’re used to support you for the rest of your life. It can be liberating but you may also have some financial concerns as you give up work.
Tailored retirement advice helps you understand your retirement provisions and what they may mean for your lifestyle. It’s natural to have concerns and retirement advice can help you answer the following questions.
- Can I live the retirement lifestyle I want?
- How much money can I afford to withdraw from my pension?
- How can I maximise the savings and investments I’ve made throughout my working life?
- Do I have enough to pay for long-term care should it be needed?
- How and when should I make withdrawals from my pension?
- Will I have enough to leave an inheritance for loved ones?
With bespoke retirement advice that’s considered your goals and aspirations, you can enter retirement confident that you’ll reach your goals and be financially secure now, and in the future.
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If your retirement date is looming and you have some concerns, we’re here to help. Our retirement advice aims to reassure you so that you’re able to fully enjoy the next chapter of your life. You can book an initial discovery meeting with our team today at no extra cost by getting in touch.
Past performance is no guarantee of future returns and the value of investments and the income they produce can fall as well as rise. You may not get back your original investment and you may lose all your investment.
Accessing pension benefits early may affect levels of retirement income and is not suitable for everyone. You should get advice to understand your options at retirement.