Most of the content on this site became out of date on 01 February 2018 with the ending of statutory staging dates. Enquiries from employers requiring a new auto-enrolment solution for their workplace pension, after this date, should click through to the Lighthouse Pensions Trust, the “sister” scheme to Trust Pensions within the overall Corporate Pensions Trust master trust “umbrella”, as listed by the Pensions Regulator.
The retirement options for scheme members are: to withdraw cash, the open market option for annuities, to transfer to a collective drawdown arrangement, or to transfer to an individual drawdown arrangement. For more information, visit our Retirement Choices page.
To understand the options available to you, and other important considerations, speak to Pensionwise.
Welcome to TRUST|Pensions® Retirement Choices
Rules around what you can do with your pot have changed.
These are the 3 steps we suggest you take
If you have other pots, it’s worth bringing them together to benefit from their combined scale. You can do this using a Transfer In form. Transfers In are free of charge.
The retirement options for scheme members are: to withdraw cash, the open market option for annuities, to transfer to a collective drawdown arrangement, or to transfer to an individual drawdown arrangement.
If you get stuck or need help relating to the options provided the scheme.
If you need help about choices outside the scheme, please visit www.pensionwise.gov.uk or TPAS.
Always watch out for scams – particularly by telephone.
For information about and forms relating to the scheme, please visit the Member Access Portal
Your employer will be paying into your pension pot and you can top up too. TRUST|Pensions does not offer a Stocks and Shares ISA service, and you don’t need to open one. To find out more about a Stocks and Shares ISA, you can visit a provider such as www.axaselfinvestor.co.uk , or any provider of your choice.
You should be aware that TRUST|Pensions will not and does not provide financial advice or suggestions relating to investment activity.
For free and impartial money advice, visit www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk. If you are in any doubt as to what you should do in relation to any investment you should take independent financial advice. To find a financial adviser, visit www.unbiased.co.uk.
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