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When should I start planning for retirement?

We consider the facts and figures, and provide some top tips to help you on your way to a comfortable retirement.

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How to boost your pension by making use of unused tax allowances

The annual allowance is the amount you can contribute to your pension tax free. For most people, this limit has been £40,000 since April 2014. However, if you are a high earner (i.e. total income above £150,000 in a year), a new tapering rule came into effect in 2016.

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A guide to your pension income drawdown options

For many people, a pension is their largest source of income in retirement. And traditionally, when you retire, your pension fund would immediately be used to provide a secured income for your lifetime. Although there has been some flexibility around this since the mid-1990s, the ‘Pension Freedoms’ announced in 2015 allowed even more choice but also more complexity.

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Are you putting too much into your pension and risk being (tax) penalised?

There is a limit to how much you can save into your pension tax-free over your lifetime, known as the lifetime allowance (LTA). It’s been controversial because the government has steadily reduced the limit down from £1.8m in 2012. From this April 2019, the limit will be £1.055m.

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Pension planning at a glance

If you’re thinking, ‘But retirement is miles away’ or ‘I haven’t reviewed my pension for a while’ it may be time to consider your options. It’s never too early to start planning ahead or to review your existing pension arrangements.

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Getting your finances in shape for 2019: three financial resolutions to help you succeed
8 January 2019 in Tax planning, Wealth planning

Here are our top three New Year’s financial resolutions to help you plan for a successful 2019 and beyond.

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IMPORTANT: Investment involves risk. The value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

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