The government adds a 25% tax bonus to personal contributions into a pension. We'll automatically claim this for you!
Pension contributions are a business expense, so you won't pay tax on the contributions.
Director pension contributions are deductible from your corporation tax bill. £1000 into your pension will reduce your tax bill by £190.
Learn more about contributing into a pension. Tax treatment does depend on your individual circumstances & may be subject to change in the future.
You weren't always self-employed. If you have pension pots from previous jobs, we can consolidate them together for you.
We make finding & transferring your old pension pots as easy as ever. Simply request the transfer from your dashboard, and our team of experts will sort the rest for you. We'll keep you updated every step of the way.
We'll even top up your transfer funds by up to £1,000! To find out more about this offer, head here.
It is important to compare providers’ fees & any guaranteed benefits when deciding on whether to transfer, and be sure that the investments available are suitable for you. We cannot accept defined benefit pension transfers. If you decide to close your Penfold account and the value of your pot has gone down, the amount returned to the provider may be less than what you originally transferred.
Please know that if your employer is paying into your pension currently, transferring that pot may mean you lose out on their contribution. For more information on the risks see here.
Once you reach 55 (or 57 from 2028 onwards) you can withdraw your Penfold pension. There's no restrictions with how you take your Penfold pension, you can go into drawdown, take a lump sum or as purchase an annuity.
The withdrawal process is entirely digital, so there's no hassle with forms on your behalf.