What is income drawdownby Vidit Agarwal Marketing Director
Income or Pension Drawdown
Income drawdown is an investment towards your pension which provides the way of taking money out of your pension to live on in retirement. You can take this money at any point from age 55 and have a defined contribution pension to access your money in this way.
- Take money from your pension pot as and when you need it, in order to receive a retirement income.
- You can keep the rest of your pension pot invested and carry on contributing if you wish.
- You have the option to pass on what’s left of your pension pot to your loved ones when you die.
- You can change your mind at any time and purchase a different retirement option.
Income or pension drawdown rule provides an alternative option to an annuity if you prefer to have greater control and flexibility over how and when you receive your pension income. If you would like to know more about the Income or Pension Drawdown, included the full conditions, advantages, how to calculate for using income drawdown, you can explore here: Income or Pension Drawdown.
Created on May 31st 2018 08:04. Viewed 130 times.
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