There is a lot of conflicting information available regarding pension release from frozen or dormant pension funds, these are some of our most frequently asked questions.
A pension that you no longer pay into and that you are not currently receiving money from is known as a dormant pension or a frozen pension.
This is currently the only type of pension that we can help you release cash from.
Pension release is a term that means taking money from your pension fund(s) to use before your retirement. Some methods of doing this are legal and some are not. Please see our What is Pension Release? page for more information on pension release and the service we provide.
Our pension review is absolutely free of charge, there are no fees to pay if you call us or fill out our contact form. We will get in touch with you and help you decide if any of our pension release products are right for you.
If you choose to proceed once your options are explained we earn a commission, that's it!
Under current legislation you can normally only take money from your pension if you are in ill health. Our review service focuses on restructuring your pension in such a way as to keep your pension invested, thus your pension is not wiped out and is available to you at retirement. As part of this process you receive a cash benefit.
At the moment the minimum pension value we can help with is £12,000. If you are unsure how much money you have in your pension please get in touch with us, we can help you to find out your pension value.
The amount of money you could release is dependent upon how much your pension is worth, and the type of pension that you have. Please get in touch for your free review so we can help you discover how much cash could be released.