How to manage your money in retirement
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Retirement options calculator
What options do you have for taking your pension? See what options are available and which is right for you.
Tell us a bit about yourself and we’ll give you an idea of what income you could get when you retire.
Using your pension
When it comes to accessing your pension savings you can:
- Take a cash lump sum
- Get flexible access to your savings
- Buy a secure income
- Leave your money invested until you decide to take it.
Whatever you decide to do, you can usually take up to 25% of your pension savings completely tax free.
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Pension Wise (external site) is a government service from MoneyHelper that offers free, impartial pensions guidance.
Tell us how much income you're looking for when you retire, give us a few personal details and we'll let you know if you're on track.