Plan for Retirement

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It’s wonderful to think that most of us are now living longer, however unless you'd like to work for all of those extra years it’s important to do some forward planning to ensure you have enough money to enjoy your retirement.

Whether you are just starting out in employment and want advice on what to do with a pension, or are approaching retirement age and are looking to start funding your newly free time, we have investments solutions to suit you.

To help you visualise how your savings can grow and what income you could have on retirement, use our simple calculator below.

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Initial investment amount

Desired annual income in retirement

Current age

Retirement age

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If you're keen to start investing, we have a variety of services which can help you achieve your goals.

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This calculator is designed to be informational and as an educational tool only and when used alone, does not constitute investment advice. We recommend that you seek the advice of a financial services professional before making any type of investment. The results presented by this calculator are hypothetical and may not reflect the actual growth of your own investments. Investments can go down as well as up in value so you could get back less than you put in. Ravenscroft and its affiliates are not responsible for the consequences of any decisions or actions taken in reliance upon or as a result of the information provided by this tool. Based on 5% return during contribution, 2.5% return during drawdown, and a life-expectancy of 90 years.

Make your money work harder so you can enjoy your well-earned retirement. We have a broad range of investment services which can help you achieve your goals.