Hessionlife.ie | Pensions

By: Hession Life  05/12/2011

80% of people in Ireland can now expect to live to retirement age.

This is great news - IF we have made provisions to have a regular income to suit our lifestyle when we reach retirement.

We can now expect to live 20 - 25 years into retirement - almost half our working lives! Although we will not have the same expenses then as now, we will still need a significant income to ensure we continue to enjoy the same standard of living we have grown to expect.

Hession Life & Pensions Ltd can advise and create the following types of pension plans:

  • Personal Pension - for PAYE workers and self employed
  • Executive Plans - for company directors
  • Company Plans - for owners, directors and employees
  • PRSAs - a new type of pension plan available to   all whether working or not

You MUST start planning now - its never too early and Hession Life & Pensions Ltd can help you identify exactly how much you need to put into your pension plan and how much you can afford.

Remember that you can avail of huge tax savings when paying into your pensions, so every year you are without a pension in place; you are missing out on large tax savings.


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Hessionlife.ie | Our Services

We are agents for the following Life Offices, Irish Life, Canada Life, New Ireland, Eagle Star, Standard Life, Scottish Provident, Friends First, Caledonian Life, Hibernian Life and Acorn Life. Don't forget that we can also arrange your Mortgage, Life Cover, Pension planning and any Lump Sum Investments you may want. We offer advice and Services on.


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Hessionlife.ie | Income Replacement & Protection

This product needs to be reviewed regularly to make sure that you are only paying for what you are likely to get, and if necessary to be adjusted according to income, as payment will only be made on production of a P60 or Revenue returns if self employed. You can insure 75% of your gross salary less any benefits from the Dept of Social Welfare and you can have the benefit deferred for 13 weeks.