Getting the most from my pension & investments | Our Money Movement | YBS
Getting the most from my pension & investments
Making the most of your retirement income
What are your options?
Retirement is one of life’s milestones that many of us look forward to. If you’ve paid onto a pension scheme while you’ve worked, it’s time to reap the rewards of your hard work. But pensions can be a minefield and you may have more options than you think. We have pulled together some useful articles exploring different ways to use your pension pot, from drawdowns to transferring plus a guide on everything you need to know about the State Pension to check what you are eligible for.
If you're short on time you can read ourshort guide to investment which highlights things to think about and pros and cons if you are considering investing to top up your retirement income. You can also see our at-a-glanceguide to annuities; what they are, the different types available and what to consider.
At Yorkshire Building Society we created Our Money Movement because we could see how most of the information for people approaching retirement was overly complex and full of jargon and hidden charges. Our aim is simple. To provide plain, straight talking guidance to help you make informed decisions about your financial future.
We have developed guides around some key topics that our customers have already told us are ‘top of mind’ when it comes to planning for and during retirement. We aim to grow and expand to include more easy to understand, all-in-one place guides. If you have any requests, feedback or questions about any of our Money Movement articles please get in touch.You can email us firstname.lastname@example.org; we’d love to hear from you.
Financial guidance, plain and simple
We hope you find Our Money Movement articles useful. We've tried to help you by pulling together an information hub that's full of impartial guidance. We hope once you've had a read, you will feel more confident and informed in your retirement options.
The information on this page was sourced between June – October 2020 and updated in April 2021. Information on this site does not constitute any form of advice, representation, or arrangement by us and you take full responsibility for making (or refraining from making) any specific investment or other decisions. You should take independent financial advice from an adviser who is registered by the Financial Conduct Authority.