Personal Pension

A personal pension is a way of saving for your retirement. During your working life, you pay sums of money into a pot which is invested on your behalf to make your money grow, until you stop work and are ready to start taking money out.

The amount of influence you have over where your pot of money is invested depends on the type of personal pension scheme you join. A personal pension scheme can be arranged by yourself or with the help of a financial advisor.