- Joining the pension
Get the most from your pension
- Use the tools
- Boost your pension
- Understanding investments
- Approaching retirement
- Payment options
- Investment choices
- Common questions
Your payment options
The Government has set a minimum amount that usually needs to be paid. At least the minimum amount is normally paid by both you and Faithful + Gould. Visit the gov.uk website to find out more about Government minimums.
You may need to pay in a minimum amount.
How much will you pay?
The minimum amount will be paid by Faithful + Gould who will pay an amount equal to 5% of your pensionable salary each month.
You can usually adjust your payments when it suits you and you can pay as much as you like up to the Government payment limits.
Your pension is normally a long term investment and you usually can't withdraw money until the age of 55 (may be subject to change). As with any investment, the value can go down as well as up and may be worth less than what was paid in.
To help you make an informed decision we've provided you with important information that you should read. You should print or save copies of these documents for future reference.
This document explains the features of the product.
This document gives you an illustration of what your pension could be worth.
Read this guide for more information on your investment options, including details about charges and fund codes.
Read this guide for more information about how pensions work.