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Releasing pension money early isn’t right for everyone as it will leave you worse off in retirement. That’s why it makes sense to speak with a regulated financial adviser, such as Pension Access.
What pensions are eligible for tax-free cash?
Personal and private pensions
The State Pension
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Our initial investigation into your pension is free. And in many cases we can continue to provide full advice with no obligation. At any stage you can choose to walk away, better informed and with nothing to pay.
With our no obligation pension check discover if pension lump sums are right for you.
Complete and return a simple form giving us your permission to check your pension.
Our team gathers and analyses all the information we need about you and your pension.
We’ll send you a report, clearly stating what we think you should do. The choice is then yours.
If you decide to make a change to your pension, including releasing money from it, we will take care of everything for you. We’ll also let you know in writing what the fee would be. Or, you can choose to walk away with nothing to pay.
Why so many people are releasing pension money2
The number of pensions accessed for the first time since 2018.1
What you’ll get with Pension Access on your side
A no obligation pension check
Impartial advice from regulated specialists
Ongoing advice and management of your pension
A fast, efficient service: we make the process easy for you
Taking tax-free cash is a big decision, especially if you have a pension with valuable guaranteed benefits. It’s about weighing up the positive impact taking pension money early could have on your life right now with the potential loss of retirement income in the future.
We consider many different factors for our clients: from their current finances and objectives, to their plans for retirement and beyond. And we will forensically analyse each pension scheme to make sure each client is clear on all the pros and cons of making a change to their pension pot before any final decision has to be made.
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Pension Access is a trading name of Harbour Rock Capital Limited which is registered in England & Wales as a Limited Company, No. 10290349. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, No. 754580. Registered Offices: Affinity House, Beaufort Court, Sir Thomas Longley Road, Rochester, Kent, ME2 4FD. Telephone: 0800 304 7600. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your FREE information pack contains all the information you need to make an informed decision on wheter or not taking tax free cash from your pension is right for you.
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Note: We are unable to advise on the state pension or any pension you are already taking an income from.
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Taking pension money early isn’t right for everyone because it could leave you with a lot less to live on in retirement. That’s why it makes sense to talk with a regulated financial adviser first.
There is no obligation at all and if you choose to get a check of your pensions then we also include a pre-paid envelope and a consent form so we can access details of your pensions.
Your FREE information guide contains all the information you need to make an informed decision on whether or not taking tax free cash from your pension is right for you.
We're on hand in case you have any questions, and we aim to make the process of withdrawing cash from your pension as simple as possible.
We are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority so you can rest assured that any advice we give will be based on your best interests.
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