Unlock cash from your pension
If you are over 55 and have a Personal or Company pension you could unlock tax free cash from your pension.
You don’t have to retire and stop working to release tax-free cash from your pension or be considering taking retirement as long as you are over 55. Releasing your pension early will allow you to take a tax-free cash lump sum of 25% of your pension fund with the remainder being invested to provide you with an income for life, which can in some circumstances be deferred until a later date.
If you are interested in receiving a FREE ‘Pension Release’ report on the benefits available by releasing your pension early simply complete our Quick Claim form, on the right, and the relevant forms will be sent to you as soon as possible. Upon receipt of your completed forms your details will be passed onto a fully qualified and authorised Independent Financial Adviser (IFA) from our panel of IFAs who will then produce a FREE detailed report showing you how much tax-free cash you could receive and how much income you could expect for the rest of your life. You will be under no obligation to take the advice given and there will be no charges for this initial report. When you have received the FREE report you should consider your options carefully as releasing pension benefits early will reduce the amount of benefits you could receive at normal retirement age and releasing pension benefits early is not suitable for everyone.
Claim 2 Gain Ltd are not authorised or regulated to give any form of financial advice and you will only receive financial advice from a fully qualified and authorised IFA selected from our panel. All members of our panel are authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority to give financial advice.
Claim 2 Gain Ltd will make no charge to you for dealing with your enquiry whether you proceed with the pension release or not. Claim 2 Gain Ltd will have no right to claim any charges or fees from any tax-free cash and/or income you recieve following the release of your pension benefits, however we may recieve a referral fee from the IFA to whom we pass your details onto if you decide to act on the advice given.