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Experience Invest’s 2015 Pension Reform Guide (free online brochure)

Author: Gemma





To ensure that investors get the most out of their savings, Experience Invest is pleased to announce the launch of its new and exclusive 2015 Pension Reform Guide.

Part one of this 3-part series is now available online and contains in depth information about how the reform could affect savers.

2015 Pension Reform

In March, Chancellor George Osborne stocked savers with the announcement of radical new pension reform.

Since 6 April 2015, UK savers aged over 55 have been able to access their pension pot and spend their money as they see fit (tax restrictions apply).

“We will legislate to remove all remaining tax restrictions on how pensioners have access to their pension pots,” Osborne told the House of Commons.

“Pensioners will have complete freedom to draw down as much or as little of their pension pot as they want, anytime they want.

“No caps. No drawdown limits. “Let me be clear. No one will have to buy an annuity.”

But what does it really mean for savers and what options are available?

Exclusive to Experience Invest, Money Marketing’s Head of News, Thomas Selby, explains all you need to know about the pension reform and offers impartial advice about what options are available.

If you are considering property investment as part of your pension plan, take some time to read this guide and consider all the options that are available to you.

Experience Invest’s 2015 Pension Reform Guide features:

  • What has actually changed
  • How this affects you
  • What are your options
  • Are there restrictions?
  • How will this implicate the housing market?
  • Your next steps

  • Simply click here for instant access to Experience Invest’s exclusive 2015 Pension Reform Guide.

    For further free information about pension reform, click here visit the Government’s guidance website which features a wide range of information.

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