A flexible option for taking income from your pension
Income drawdown (or flexi-access drawdown) lets you take a flexible income from your SIPP or other pension during retirement. You choose how much income to take, how often to take it and where your pension is invested. Not all pensions offer income drawdown – you need one like our Best SIPP.
Why choose the Best SIPP for income drawdown?
Annual fees of 0.3% a year or less, no set-up fee and new lower drawdown charges.*
High quality investments
Access to 2,500 funds plus hundreds of ETFs, investment trusts and UK shares.
The option to have your pension investments managed by our experts or invest with help from an adviser.
The Best SIPP was named
Best SIPP for Beginners at
the Moneywise Awards 2016
Income drawdown charges
Retirement lasts a long time, and charges can make a dent in your pension over several decades. That’s why we keep our income drawdown fees low and simple.
Initial calculation fee
£90 or £100*
Annual fee to take income
£0 or £100*
*Depending on whether your pension is valued above or below £100,000. VAT is payable and fees are due when actioned. Other fees may apply.View full income drawdown charges
Find out more about income drawdown and taking an income in retirement with these free guides.
Speak to an expert about income drawdown
Got questions about income drawdown and what to do with your pension? Speak to our experts today:
The decision to access your pension is an important one and will affect your income and possibly your standard of living for years to come. Therefore we recommend that before any decision is made you receive regulated financial advice or get free guidance from Pension Wise.
SIPPs are not suitable for everyone. If you don’t want to invest across different asset classes or don’t think you will make use of the investment choices that SIPPs give you then a SIPP might not be right for you. Please contact us for guidance or advice if you are unsure whether a SIPP is right for you.