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The Co-operative CIS Individual Personal Pension - Personal Pensions
(Which Way To Pay - 5/3/2010)
A tax efficient way to save for retirement, the Co-Operative CIS Individual Personal Pension offers 20 tax relief from the Government for every 80 you pay into the fund (may be more if you are a higher tax payer).

This pension plan is 'portable' you can take it with you if you move jobs, and your employer can make contributions.

The Co-op request that you see a Co-operative Financial Adviser before you apply for this fund, so come prepared to be sold company products!  The fees and charges range from 1.50% and 2.85% per year and you can choose from 20 funds.  Note you must be a UK resident to apply and must be at least 50 years old to withdraw funds.
The co-operative CIS Individual Personal Pension is ranked 3 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

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