Pensions’ seminar will help savers to plan for a brighter future

Major changes to the pensions’ rules will come under the spotlight at an event organised by industry experts, Richard Jacob Pensions and Trustee Services.
A free seminar will be held at CoRE, Longton, on July 2, from 8.30am to 10.30am.
Under the new “pensions freedom” laws, from April 2015, most people over the age of 55 can access as much of their pension savings as they want whenever they want, subject to their marginal rate of tax.
“There has been huge changes in the pension laws and many people may understandably be confused,” said Emily Jacobs a Director of Richard Jacobs Pensions of Newcastle-under-Lyme.
“There are many options for people to consider when taking their pension benefits. Previously, people had to buy an annuity which then paid them a regular pension.
“There’s been much publicity about how people can now simply take their pension pot and spend it. Other options include family trusts, which can ensure you pass your pension benefits to your family in a tax efficient way.”
Visitors to the seminar will hear from the Directors of Richard Jacobs Pensions and enjoy a free breakfast. .
Richard Jacobs Pensions has been advising people and companies about pensions for more than 20 years.
For further information contact Emily Jacobs on 01782 557800.
Notes to Editors:
Richard Jacobs Pension & Trustee Services Ltd was established in 1992 and operates from offices at Brindley Court, Lymedale Business Park, Newcastle-under-Lyme.​