The value of pensions and the income they produce can fall as well as rise. You may get back less than you invested.
It is never too soon to start investing in your pension in order that you can have peace of mind as you head towards retirement. A good pension plan will allow you to do all the things you have dreamt of when you retire without having to worry about money. As life expectancy is increasing it is becoming ever more important to plan ahead if you want to enjoy a comfortable retirement. Our tailored, personalised service will help you to retire into luxury.
Here at Pure Financial Services we specialise in finding the most suitable pension packages for our clients and as we are not tied to any one pension provider we can search the whole of the pension market to find the perfect product for our customers. You can rely on Pure Financial Services to give clear, unbiased advice based on your needs. Our pension service is individualised and tailored to your specific circumstances. Pure Financial Services are proud to offer a bespoke, high class service for discerning customers.
As the pension market is extremely complicated with new products emerging on a regular basis it makes sense to rely on an expert to guide you through the pensions maze. Here at Pure Financial Services we have a wealth of experience in the pensions sector so we can advise and help you choose the right product for your needs. We take great pride in getting to know our customers well so that we can ascertain their own individual requirements and once you have decided upon a product we will take the time to explain it fully so that you will know exactly what you are getting.
At Pure Financial Services we can advise on all types of pensions including:
Transferring out of a final salary pension is unlikely to be in the best interest of most people.
- Personal Pensions (including AVCs and FSAVCs)
- Self Invested Personal Pensions (including Hybrid SIPPs)
- Occupational Pension Schemes (including Final Salary and Money Purchase)
Please note: The value of your pension and the income it produces can fall as well as rise. You may get back less than you invested.