No time to lose - britain is sitting on
a pension timebomb

An ageing population with dwindling pension savings

Thirteen years ago the tax treatment of your pension fund was changed. The Budget of 1997 removed the tax credit on dividend income and an estimated £5 billion from Britons’ pension funds each year.

Brewin Dolphin realised that many savers in pension schemes were unaware of the impact of this tax change and developed this tool to calculate what would be necessary for investors to make up the shortfall in their pension funds.

Go to the pensions tax calculator to see an estimate of how your pension has been affected.

You can’t turn the clock back – so maximise your pension while you can and give us your feedback.

Pensions TAX calculator

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Case Studies

Investor in mid 40s needs to work and save for extra 20 months OR increase savings by 28%

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“The long term costs the country will bear as a result of Britain’s pension deficit will dwarf the estimated £5 billion a year raised by abolishing the dividend tax credit in 1997.”

Jamie Matheson, Brewin Dolphin’s Executive Chairman.

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