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Retiring Soon & Confused About Brexit?

 
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Are you over 55 and planning to retire soon? If the answer is 'Yes', we can help with guidance on the best retirement income options for you, post Brexit.  As the dust settles after the historic referendum result, you may be thinking how does Brexit affect your Private Pension -  the personal scheme that you pay into each month from either your salary or savings. 
*Our Service Is Not For State Pensions. If You Have A State Pension We Cannot Help
 
 
Click Here To Get A FREE Private Pension Consultation
Why Get Pension Income Advice? 
  • After the results of the recent referendum and the UK's exit from the EU it is more crucial than ever to get expert advice so you can make the right decision for your future
  • Prior to Brexit, the Pension Freedoms have also opened much more choice and flexibility which has had added further complexity to the decision making process
  • You can really understand the advantages and disadvantages of
    - Purchasing an Annuity  
    - Taking Pension Drawdown
    - Taking your whole cash out in a lump sum or in smaller lump sums
 
 

Why Choose Us?

  • Expert advice will be provided by leading Independent Financial Advisors, authorised and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority
  • There is no obligation to proceed
 
 
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