The Personal Pension

Monthly Retirement Paycheck for Life

The Personal Pension is a monthly retirement paycheck guaranteed by insurance companies. Every dollar you put in buys you steady monthly retirement income that you can't outlive.

Top Articles

View All Articles

The Personal Pension

Your Retirement Needs a Private Pension

Private pensions (like the Personal Pension) can meet your retirement needs if you want steady, guaranteed income that's isolated from the market and continues for as long as you're alive.

The Personal Pension

Private Pensions to Supplement Your 401(k)

The private pension (Personal Pension) provides guarantees and protection that the 401(k) does not, namely from longevity and market risks. Use a Personal Pension to supplement your 401(k), making sure to always take advantage of the 401(k) employer match.

The Personal Pension

Pension Guarantee in Private Pensions

The private pension (Personal Pension) provides a pension guarantee, which is a guarantee of steady retirement income backed by top-rated insurers. It's made up of annuities, which can be thought of as the opposite of life insurance.

Recent Articles

View All Articles

The Personal Pension

Personal Pension 401(k) Rollover

If you have an old 401(k) sitting with a former employer, consider a Personal Pension 401(k) rollover that will turn the money you've worked hard to save into a guaranteed source of income you can't outlive.

The Personal Pension

The Personal Pension for Beginners

A Personal Pension offers guaranteed retirement income that lasts as long as you. Here's how the Personal Pension works.

The Personal Pension

Employer Pension Vs. Private Pension

If you don't have an employer pension plan, you can use a private pension (Personal Pension) to create one for yourself. Every dollar you put in buys you insurer-guaranteed income.

The Personal Pension

Insurance for Retirement with Private Pensions

If you bought life insurance to protect your family from the loss of your income should you pass away early, you might also want to buy insurance for retirement through a Personal Pension to protect them against the opposite risk: that you live a long time and run out of money.

The Personal Pension

Private Pensions to Supplement Your 401(k)

The private pension (Personal Pension) provides guarantees and protection that the 401(k) does not, namely from longevity and market risks. Use a Personal Pension to supplement your 401(k), making sure to always take advantage of the 401(k) employer match.

The Personal Pension

Flexible Private Pension

With the flexible private pension (the Personal Pension), you have full flexibility around your contributions. You could contribute annually, monthly, on an irregular schedule, or just once.

The Personal Pension

Pension Guarantee in Private Pensions

The private pension (Personal Pension) provides a pension guarantee, which is a guarantee of steady retirement income backed by top-rated insurers. It's made up of annuities, which can be thought of as the opposite of life insurance.

The Personal Pension

Your Retirement Needs a Private Pension

Private pensions (like the Personal Pension) can meet your retirement needs if you want steady, guaranteed income that's isolated from the market and continues for as long as you're alive.

The Personal Pension

Protect Your Retirement Savings With a Private Pension

You can protect your retirement savings by starting a private pension (Personal Pension) with as little as $5,000 (the just Get Started Approach). Or, you can design one using the Income Gap or Asset Allocation approaches.

The Personal Pension

Monthly Retirement Paycheck for Life

The Personal Pension is a monthly retirement paycheck guaranteed by insurance companies. Every dollar you put in buys you steady monthly retirement income that you can't outlive.

The Personal Pension

Retire Easy with a Private Pension

You can retire easy and secure with a private pension (Personal Pension) because our Personal Pension is backed by a highly-rated insurance company that guarantees for every dollar you contribute, you will receive a certain amount of income every month starting when you retire.