What Are the Rules for Pension Withdrawal?
Depending on the type of pension scheme you have, the withdrawal regulations can vary. The typical minimum pension age is 55 when you can begin withdrawing funds from your pension.
However, some pension plans may have a protected retirement age, allowing you to access your pension funds earlier. You must know any restrictions or limitations that may apply to your schemes, such as exit fees or a minimum guaranteed pension.
Can I Transfer My Pension to Another Person?
No, your pension cannot be transferred to another person. Nonetheless, if you have a joint-life annuity, your spouse or partner may be eligible for pension benefits after death.