Now the new pension rules have been in place for six months, this enlightening video reveals how they’re working in practice and what you could do to benefit from the changes
A Recent Adjustment To Pension Rules Means You May Be Able To Invest Up To £80,000 In Your Pension, But You’ll Need To Act Now
Get To Grips With The Changes To Pension Rules
On 6 April 2015, radical new pension rules came into effect. As a result of the pension rules changes, you now have full control over your money, providing your pension company allows it. All income limits have been scrapped.
The video below includes some useful case studies from real people who are taking advantage the new pension rules. And it highlights a recent alignment in pension rules which means it may be possible for you in invest as much as £80,000 into your pension, providing you act before the end of this tax year.
Your Free Guide Incorporating The New Pension Rules
Containing 40 pages of detailed information, you can either download a free electronic copy of the guide on the new pension rules, or have a printed booklet posted to your door.
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