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Personal pensions may be suitable if you’re employed and not in a company pension scheme, or as an addition to a company pension. You may also wish to set up a personal pension if you are self-employed or if you are not working but can afford to put aside money for retirement. You pay a regular amount (usually monthly or annually), or a lump sum to the pension provider who will invest it on your behalf. The final value of your pension fund will depend on how much you have contributed and how well the fund’s investments have performed.
You can take a pension commencement lump sum of up to 25% of the value of your pension savings (or 25% of your remaining lifetime allowance if less), which is currently tax free, when you reach minimum pension age (currently age 55). The lifetime allowance for the tax year 2018/2019 tax year is £1.03 million.
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