Retirement planning

Retirement Planning

Retirement Planning

Could you live on £168.80 per week?

That is the current maximum level of basic State Pension.

If you anticipate this income will be insufficient then you need to make additional arrangements by either setting up a personal pension or becoming part of a company scheme.

Guidance for individuals and businesses.

At Premier we will explain the options to you simply and in plain English to enable you to make an informed decision as to your pension needs. We have experience in setting up pension schemes for individuals and for directors and employees in company schemes.

Annuity Options & income draw down plans:

Key questions for you to ask...What types of pension am I eligible for? How can I plan effectively for a comfortable retirement? When should I start putting money into a pension? If you are about to retire - what is the best way for me to draw my pension?

Impartial pensions guidance for:

Pension Schemes for Individuals:

Executive plans for directors:

  • Personal pension plans
  • Stakeholder plans for employees.
  • Small self-administered schemes.
  • Company Pension Schemes
  • Executive plans for directors.


A pension is a long term investment. The fund value may fluctuate and can go down. Your eventual income may depend upon the size of the fund at retirement, future interests rates and tax legislation.

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