Cash in Pension

You might be thinking “Can I cash in my pension?” or rather “Can I take control of my pension funds?”

Unlocking the fund within your pension

Gaining access to the funds within your pension. Releasing your pension funds. Or getting money from your pension pot are all possible. Gaining access to these funds maybe possible in many ways. Finding ways of doing it, however, can be tricky and a minefield if you do not take the right steps.

Thankfully, discovering which methodology is best for you to access your pension funds couldn’t be easier! All you have to do is simply fill out the form and then wait for your FREE telephone consultation. It’s as simple and easy as that. You’ll be gently guided through some of the options available to you.

This consultation is completely FREE. Without any obligation. You’ll get a private, professional quick response GUARANTEED. This  could be coupled to other potential capital and income solutions that you might not have come across. Complete the form and press ‘send’ today. It could just might be the answer you’ve been searching for.

Why would you want to access the cash in your pension early?

Potentially the reason (or reasons) you may have for wanting to get cash out of your pension perhaps unique to you. You might have bailiffs knocking at your door. You might be facing a large tax bill. You might not be able to access a bank loan.

Or, perhaps, you could be completely dissatisfied by the under performance of your pension fund. You could have located a better performing financial vehicle to invest in. A product that you consider will completely out perform your current pension fund.

What, if any, are the tax implications?

The tax people (HMRC) will, almost certainly, take an interest if you attempt to release your pension funds early. However, there are ways and means to mitigate yourself against these tax claims. But please be fore warned! These schemes can be dubious at best. It might be a good idea to explore as many avenues as you can. Do what the vast majority of visitors to this website do and complete the form today. Then, at the very least, you’ll be getting another ‘string to your bow’.

Just how much can you potentially release?

That can be up to you! As every case is unique. It all depends on your own particular personal circumstances. Sometimes you might be able to release the full amount. Sometimes just a small part. That’s pretty much up to you. You’ll decide.

How quick is the process of gaining access to your funds?

This can vary from case to case. Although, typically, the pension release process can take anything between 1 to 3 months depending on how and who you’ve got your pension with. But as a warning for the unlucky few it can take as long as 6 months. Perhaps you should ‘get the ball rolling’ immediately by filling in the form. If speed is of paramount importance to you then completing the form begins the process.

What should you consider doing next?

After more information? Then complete the form. As simple as that! It could just be your first, albeit, tentative step to gaining access to your pension. In short getting the money that you need.

Martin Smith
written by Martin Smith