Where your money is invested is up to you. There are choices to suit your level of experience with investing and how involved you want to be with managing your investments.
As with any investment its value can go down as well as up and may be worth less than what was paid in.
Before you choose an investment option, make sure you understand its aims and risks.
Low-involvement option – Default
The default option is a lifestyle profile, which means that as you get closer to retirement, it will gradually and automatically move your money into funds which aim to prepare your pension savings for retirement.
You should make sure any lifestyle profile you choose matches how you plan to take your retirement income.
As lifestyle profiles make changes to your investments based on your selected retirement date, they may only be suitable if you're planning to start taking your retirement income on this date.
If you're in a lifestyle profile, you can’t invest in any other lifestyle profile or funds.
You can also choose from two alternative lifestyle profiles:Log in to change your lifestyle profile >
Lifestyle profile funds
If you are invested in a Lifestyle profile you can find out more about the funds that your money will be invested in by clicking on the links below for the relevant Lifestyle profile.
Choose individual funds
As with any investment, you should spend some time reviewing them regularly to make sure they stay on track to help you get the retirement income you want.
You can see the full range of investment options in the:
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