We know you have saved hard for your retirement, therefore we want to give you as much flexibility as possible when you decide to take an income.
You can be flexible when it comes to accessing your pension savings.
Take all of your savings in one go (typically for very small pension pots).
Take smaller lump.
Take a regular income.
IMPORTANT! Read the SIPP Key Facts and our Charges Guide for all the details and before you make up your mind if our SIPP Account is right for you.
Please remember the value of your investments and any income from them can go down as well as up. The value of your fund may be less than you paid in.
Before you choose a SIPP, make sure you understand its aims and risks. does not give advice. If you are unsure whether our SIPP is suitable for you, of the risks and commitments of investments and or of how much income to take and when, you should seek professional financial advice specific to your particular circumstances.
A SIPP requires active management and investment expertise. You should make sure you review your investments regularly.
You are in control and there are no limits to how much you can access at any one time, although you normally have to be at least 55 to access your pension savings.
So we know when to write and remind you of your options, we ask you for a planned retirement age. But you can change it at any time.
You can take everything in one go if you like. But only a quarter of your savings can normally be paid tax free. The rest is taxed as income in the tax year (or years) it is paid out to you.
And, of course, once your savings are gone they are gone. You will have to manage financially without them for the rest of your life.
There are different methods you can use to access your pension savings. Our glossary might help if you’re not familiar with these terms.