Start your retirement the right way with Penfold.
Penfold makes withdrawing your pension simple - so you can start your retirement the right way.
Access your savings online from age 55.
Combine all your pensions into one app and access your savings with a tap. We'll process the withdrawal for you and everything you need is available online. No paperwork required.
Plans change. So can your pension.
Access your money however you like with Penfold. Choose drawdown, an annuity or even taking a lump sum in one go.
Our service is completely flexible to your needs - tweak your monthly withdrawals as often as you like, for free.
There are no minimum withdrawals or restrictions on how you spend your hard-earned savings.
First step is to tell us you'd like to retire. Get in touch with us online or via our in-app chat and we'll start the withdrawal process.
Decide how you'd like to access your money. Get access to our expert withdrawal guides and resources to make the right decision for you.
Your security is our priority. We'll need to verify you information and confirm where you'd like to receive your withdrawals..
Once we've processed all your information, you'll start to receive your pension payments into your chosen bank account. This normally takes a few weeks.
Accessing your pension shouldn’t fall solely on your shoulders.
Our expert support team are on-hand to support and help you make the right decisions for retirement. We'll guide you through the entire process, step by step.
If you're interested in finding out more about pension withdrawals, please visit our Pension Withdrawal guides.
The first article in our series of withdrawal basics guides looks at when you can start withdrawing your pension.When can I withdraw my pension?
Our pension withdrawal tax article looks at what you need to know about paying tax when you start withdrawing your pension.How much tax will I pay when I withdraw my pension?
The first article in our series of withdrawal rules guides looks at scenarios that could affect your pension, and what to do about them.Can a pension plan be taken away?