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Retirement shouldn’t be taxing
When you’ve worked for years to build your pension and savings, and finally have retirement in your sights, the last thing you want to do is pay more tax than you need to. It’s surprising then, just how many people assume that their pension income – especially the State Pension – will be tax-free, but that’s simply not the case.
Research by the Pension Policy Institute (PPI) suggests people could end up paying up to 200 times more tax than necessary, depending on the choices they make in the run up to and throughout their retirement. Whether it’s using both your own and your partner’s various allowances and reliefs, taking tax-free lump sums, drawing income from ISAs, or reducing the impact of Inheritance Tax, the choices you make at retirement will make a big difference to the amount of income you and your family can enjoy. At Investec Wealth & Investment we can guide you through the ever-changing legislation to optimise your income in retirement – helping to ensure you can achieve your goals and know how far your money can take you.
HM Revenue & Customs could see increased tax revenue of around £19.2 billion over the next 10 years, based on the way people have accessed their savings since pension freedoms were introduced in 2015.
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