Money purchase scheme definition

What does Money purchase scheme mean?

A pension where your contributions are invested in, for example, the stock market.

The size of your pension fund depends on how much is invested and how well those investments do. At retirement some, or all, of the fund may be used to buy an annuity or unsecured pension.

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