As the radical pension freedom changes announced by George Osborne in his last budget look set to stay, watch the video below to learn how to profit from them
Discover What Pension Freedom Means For You In This Short Video
A Guide To Pension Freedom In Five Minutes
With the Government having effectively abolished the previously restrictive rules surrounding what you can do with the money in your pension fund, it’s worth spending a few minutes getting to grips with what pension freedom means for you.
In the short video below, you’ll learn how the Government’s pension reforms provide you with total control over the money saved in your ‘defined contribution’ or ‘money purchase’ pension schemes, including your SIPP. It looks at the opportunities and the risks that pension freedom offers when you come to plan your retirement benefits.
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Over time, charges can wipe out a huge part of your fund. We like AJ Bell because there are no set-up costs. If you hold passive funds, which is our preference, or shares, investment trusts, EFTs, gilts or bonds, you pay one small fixed fee no matter how large your fund. And when you come to draw your benefits either as occasional drawdown or UFPLS payments, there's a small charge for the whole year no matter how many times you access your money (many SIPP and SSAS providers charge more than this for each payment). However, you should always compare charges in detail, because AJ Bell could be more expensive than other providers, depending on the type of stockmarket assets you hold.
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