Income drawdown is one of several ways in which you can turn your private pension fund into an income after you retire.

Unlike purchasing an annuity in order to guarantee a retirement income for life, drawdown allows you to keep your pension fund invested and withdraw an income from it directly. The flexibility of access to your pension pot is an enticing proposition for many and the pension reform announcements in March 2014 have made alternatives to annuities more accessible than ever before.

Flexible Drawdown

Flexible drawdown works similarly to income drawdown, but offers greater freedom in terms of how much you can withdraw and when.

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Capped Income Drawdown

Capped Income Drawdown allows you to draw an income directly from your pension fund.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to your income drawdown questions.

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