If you're thinking about stopping your annual payment, there are some things you and any other plan owner should consider before making any decision.
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If you’ve got a whole of life plan that was converted from an endowment plan you can access your cash through regular and/or one-off withdrawals. On death the remaining value of your plan will be paid. You make a small annual payment which protects your plan’s favourable tax status.
You retain control over how the cash in your plan is invested. Provided you’re up to date with your payments, cash paid out from your plan is normally paid free from tax.
The value of your investment can go down as well as up so you might not get back the amount you put in.
Your annual payment serves two important purposes:
You might need to pay tax depending on your circumstances and the options you choose. Tax rules can also change in the future. You may want to seek advice.
Fraudsters are always out there and constantly changing their tactics. So if you’re thinking of reinvesting the money from your plan, take a minute to find out how to stay ahead of the scammers."
We can’t give you advice or make your decision for you, but we’ll be happy to help you understand your plan and talk you through all your available options and their possible implications.
Alternatively, speak with a financial adviser - if you don’t have one, you can get details of financial advisers in your area at pru.co.uk. Financial advisers will charge you a fee for any advice they give you, but it will be personal to you.
We’re here 8am - 6pm Monday to Friday (except bank holidays) and happy to help in any way we can. Please make sure you have your plan number to hand when you call.