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Drip-feed Drawdown – A tax efficient pension income solution

As more clients than before are entering pension drawdown, your role as an adviser is so important in converting their pension pot efficiently into a regular income stream and ensuring this income is sustainable.

That’s where solutions like Drip-feed Drawdown are highly valuable.

In this film, Scottish Widows’ expert Roy Vickery looks at the benefit of using Drip-feed Drawdown, and how it can help you provide a highly tax-efficient income for your clients.

For more information on Scottish Widows’ Drip-feed Drawdown capability, visit scottishwidows.co.uk/DFD

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