What’s the difference between an annuity and a pension?
Annuities are a way of using your pension to give you an income in retirement. They pay you a regular guaranteed amount each year for the rest of your life - and you can buy one using the money from your pension. A pension is simply the account you pay money into for retirement - that's then invested in the stock market.
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