Help your clients manage their retirement with our flexible income options.
- Available up to age 99.
- Comprehensive range of investment solutions including our Retirement Portfolio Funds (RPF) that are designed specifically to increase the likelihood of sustaining an income.
- From age 55 designate into Retirement Income, or use Drip Feed Drawdown (automated phased drawdown) up to age 75 to to take tax-free cash gradually.
- No minimum income withdrawal amount.
- Can be paid monthly, quarterly, half-yearly, yearly, or ad-hoc – change at any time.
- Takes capped drawdown transfers - switch to flexible drawdown at any time.
Smart ways of managing retirement income
Our Retirement Portfolio Funds help you address the challenges of investing for retirement income. These are innovative, low cost, multi-asset funds designed to manage significant volatility to help a pension pot last longer. As they balance the need for growth and manage the risks of volatility, they are a good option for clients who use income drawdown.
Learn about Retirement Portfolio Funds
Our automated phased drawdown option, allowing your clients to draw regular amounts up to age 75, using just tax-free cash or a combination of tax-free cash and taxable income to help control the level of taxable income they receive in retirement.
- Helps your clients to manage their tax affairs efficiently.
- Taking money gradually means their retirement pot has more potential to grow.
- Opportunity for further tax-free cash to be accumulated.
Find out about Drip Feed Drawdown
As the market settles after pension freedoms, should you complement the Centralised Investment Propositions you use for clients accumulating wealth with a Centralised Retirement Proposition (CRP) for clients needing income?
Our in-depth CRP Adviser Guide (PDF) takes you through the steps involved.
- Retirement income may be liable to personal income tax.
- Tax treatment depends on the individual circumstances of your client. Tax rules and your client’s circumstances may change in the future.
- Tax charges will normally apply if the Government’s ‘Annual Allowance’, ‘Tapered Annual Allowance’, ‘Money Purchase Annual Allowance’ or ‘Lifetime Allowance’ are exceeded.
- The value of your client’s Account can go down as well as up, and could fall below the amount(s) paid in.
- If any income and the charges deducted from your client’s Account are more than any investment growth, the value of their Account will go down. This could reduce the amount of income that they can take in the future and the income from any annuity bought later.
- High levels of income may not be sustainable and in some cases could reduce the value to zero. You should consider the impact this might have on your client’s income in retirement.
- The income from your client’s Account and any annuity bought later may be less than they could have received if they had bought an annuity at the start.
- Some investments, such as property, can take longer to buy and sell than others. This may delay switching between investments and when benefits or any transfer payments can be taken.