Your goal – providing for retirement
How confident are you that you'll achieve the retirement you want?
We all know that the earlier we start planning and saving for retirement, the better chance we stand of living the lifestyle we want.
Every moment you delay is costing you valuable income in retirement. By seeking the help of a professional financial adviser you should be able to get past such worries, and you might even be able to take advantage of local legislation and tax breaks.
Planning your investments
First you need to consider what kind of provision you need to make. Your financial adviser can help by working with you to understand your needs in full. For example:
- How much will you need for the retirement you want?
- How soon do you hope to retire? People tend to live longer these days so your retirement will hopefully be a long one.
- How can you make your investments work hardest for you to minimise future tax liability?
- Are you thinking of living abroad in the future?
Having defined your needs, your adviser will help you create an investment portfolio with the right amount of flexibility for you, and taking account of the way you eventually want to withdraw your money. There are also trusts to protect your savings.
We provide you with a range of tools that help your financial adviser to recommend the right solutions. We are an acknowledged expert at helping financial advisers deliver retirement and investment solutions for different jurisdictions around the world.
The information provided on this page is not intended to offer advice. It is based on Old Mutual International's interpretation of the relevant law and is correct at the time of publication. While we believe this interpretation to be correct, we cannot guarantee it. Old Mutual International cannot accept any responsibility for any action taken or refrained from being taken as a result of the information contained on this page.
Past performance is no guarantee of future returns. The value of the investments and the income from them can go down as well as up and the investor may not get back the amount invested. Where a transaction involves more than one currency the investor may be exposed to the risk of currency fluctuations.