I'm approaching retirement

Helping you plan your retirement

Taking money from my pension fund

Find out what your options are if you want to take cash from your pension fund – and how it might affect your tax position.

Transferring your pension

How to transfer your pension with another provider to us.

How much will I have to live on?

Think about how much income you’ll have, how long it could last and what you’ll have to spend each month.

Retirement planning timeline

Many people aren’t sure what they should do and when best to do it. Using our timeline will provide you with some helpful pointers.

Things to consider when planning your retirement

Caring for my family

Things that could affect your retirement planning

News, videos and topical articles

Get a clearer view with topical information on retirement planning.

Featured videos

Income Drawdown

You could choose to take some of your money as and when you need it, leaving the rest of your pension fund invested. Our short video explains more.

Tools and calculators

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If you need some help or information from Aviva, please call us on one of the numbers above. We can help you with:

  • Using our website
  • All the facts about Aviva products and services
  • More details on the options you can choose from when you’re making decisions about your retirement
  • Information on where to find financial advice
    • Although we can’t give you advice, we can put you in touch with an adviser who can talk to you about which financial products or investments may be right for you.
    • Alternatively, you can visit www.unbiased.co.uk to find an adviser in your area.

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