Attempting to release funds from your pension before the age of 55 (or 50 in some cases) is called pension liberation and cash-pension.co.uk are not in the business of breaking the law, however there may be ways of making yourself some extra cash using your pension fund without actually releasing it. This site is for the use of UK residents only. Information provided for general purposes only. In accordance with the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, Cash-pension.co.uk does not provide any financial or pension advice of any kind. Cash-pension.co.uk is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Cash-pension.co.uk is an introducer to several company products and services. 25% tax free lump sum is only available to those aged 55 and over. Pension release is not a loan and as such there are no repayments or annual interest charges. Taking pension cash early will almost certainly reduce your pension income at retirement date, and is only suitable for a limited number of people. Investment values can go down as well as up. Past performance is no indication of future performance. We advise you seek independent financial advice before making any decisions that affect your financial future.