Staying on track
Like with most savings, the more you put in, the more you are likely to get out. Especially with the contributions that IMI puts in too
You can choose how much you want to pay from 5% of your Pensionable Pay and IMI will match your contributions up to 6%.
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By paying 6% into your RSP account, you get the most out of IMI's contributions, as they match your payments.
It is easy to change how much you pay into your RSP account. Just get in touch with your local Pensions Contact and let them know what you would like to do.
The change will take effect from the date of the next payroll and increases to IMI’s matching contributions will happen at the same time.
If you decide to contribute at a lower rate, IMI’s matching contributions will go down from the date of the next payroll.Find your Pensions contact
Use the contributions calculator to see the difference that increasing your contributions by 1%, 2% or 3% of your annual salary, or changing your retirement age, could make to your retirement income.Contributions calculator
Remember that with tax relief and Smart Pay, contributions cost you less than the amount going into your account.
If you earn £24,000 a year, a 1% increase in your contributions would cost you roughly the same as buying a takeaway coffee every week.
See How much does it cost? for a reminder of how tax relief and Smart Pay save you money.