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Retirement guides

Our experts have produced a wide range of useful and informative guides to help you understand more about your options at retirement. We've now brought everything together so it's even easier to find the support you need.

5-steps to a better retirement

5-steps to a better retirement

In this guide you will learn about:

  • The five key steps to planning for retirement
  • State Pensions and finding lost pensions
  • Your options at retirement

Your choices guide: Deciding when and how to use your retirement savings

Your choices

In this guide you will learn about:

  • Where to get help making your decisions
  • Your options in detail
  • How we can help

Managing your income in retirement

Knowing your income options guide

In this guide you will learn about:

  • The three main ways of investing for income
  • How dividends work
  • Generating an income in retirement

Helping you afford your retirement

Guide for people who are thinking about how they will afford their retirement

In this guide you will learn about:

  • A step by step process for working out whether you are saving enough
  • Making the most of your savings
  • Taking an income from your SIPP

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Pension Wise

Pension Wise is a free and impartial government service about your defined contribution pension options, and how they work.

You're able to get help on the Pension Wise website, over the phone by calling 0800 138 3944, or face to face.

Please note that this link will take you to an external site

The value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invested. Fidelity Personal Investing does not give advice. Eligibility to invest into a pension depends on personal circumstances and all tax rules may change. You will not be able to withdraw money from a pension until you reach age 55.