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Mix your options

You don't have to choose one option - you can mix and match as you like. This will allow you take cash and income at different times to suit your needs. You can also keep saving into a pension if you wish, and get tax relief on your contributions until age 75.

Which option or combination is right for you depends on:
  • When you stop working or reduce the hours you work
  • Your income objectives and attitude to risk
  • Your age and health
  • The size of your pension pot and other savings
  • The sustainability of your chosen option
  • Any pension or other savings of your spouse or partner, if relevant
  • Whether you have financial dependants
  • Whether your circumstances are likely to change in the future

Allocating pots when mixing options

When mixing your options you might:
  • Use different parts of one pot for more than one option
  • Use separate pots for separate options
  • Combine smaller pots before choosing one particular option

At Wesleyan we're here to help, and our financial consultants will help you find the solution that's right for you.

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