Pension Investment Plan

A straight forward solution if you want your pension savings in one place

Whether you want to consolidate existing pension plans, contribute and build up benefits or have the flexibility to take lump sums up to the entire value of the plan from age 55, with the CanRetire Pension Investment Plan (PIP) you have the flexibility to do all three.

A professional adviser can assist you in choosing the most suitable options and investment strategy.

  • You and/or your employer can make single contributions
  • Invest your pension savings in a tax-efficient manner
  • Consolidate all your existing pension pots under the one plan
  • Pass benefits onto a beneficiary free of inheritance tax
  • Funds from a wide choice of leading investment managers
  • From age 55 onwards, access part or all of pension fund as a lump sum

The value of the plan can go down as well as up and you may not get back the full amount you invested. You should speak to a professional adviser to ensure that the PIP is suitable for you.

The PIP lets you consolidate pension savings, build benefits and from age 55 withdraw lump sums.

The PIP may be suitable if you are aged 18 or over, with at least £5,000 to invest and are looking to build retirement benefits or consolidate your existing pension savings into one product. 

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"James plans to continue working but would like to consolidate all his existing plans under one arrangement."
James Khan

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