Southampton - Bristol - Cardiff - Birmingham -
London - Manchester - Liverpool - Glasgow
We’re delighted to have sponsored Pension Awareness Day again this year.
Throughout September we've been travelling around the UK celebrating Pension Awareness Day with our Taking on Your Future Together Tour. Our tour's taken us from Southampton to Glasgow and we’ve answered 1000’s of questions along the way. We’ve also offset emissions from the tour through a tree planting initiative with www.carbonfootprint.com.
Our tour is now finished for this year but we wanted to share some of our highlights with you. Here's a few of the amazing pictures captured on tour along with some key pension related questions answered by our Pension Experts in our short films.
Our Pensions Expert Margaret McLister gives a tour of this year’s Retirement Vehicles so you can see what we had on board.
Most people have several jobs over their lifetime. With that much change it's easy to lose track of old pensions.
Another popular theme on this years’ tour has been what happens to your pension contributions when you take time off for a baby.
Our Pension Expert Robert Cochran shares his thoughts on the top 5 pension tips.
If you weren't able to come along to our tour don't worry we can still help. Planning for the future doesn’t need to be overwhelming. We have all the tools, guidance and support you’ll need.
Our tour focuses on 3 key stages of retirement planning.
The first step to retirement planning is understanding what you already have. From checking how much you have saved in your pension, to tracking down lost pensions and knowing how much you’re paying. Our Pension Wellbeing guide and Pension Basics films can help.
Whether you’re starting to save or approaching retirement our series of Pension Basics films can help you plan for your future.
Our Pension Wellbeing guide is full of helpful and practical ways to start taking on your future, regardless of where you are in life.
From the pension basics to practical support helping you make sure your plans are on track to get the retirement you want.
Once you’ve worked out what you have, it’s time to look at how to make the most of it and whether it’s enough to give you a comfortable retirement. Use our calculators to check if you’re saving enough for the future and find out your pension personality to work out what type of saver you are and your next steps.
See what your pension can mean in pounds and pence. Our calculators can help you explore your pension options and show how a small increase now could make a big difference to your retirement.
Are you a mindful planner or a savvy saver?
Take 2 minutes to find out your pension personality and get tailored next steps to retirement.
It’s a great feeling your plans are on track but it’s good practice to keep an eye on them to make sure they stay on track and you reach your goal of a comfortable retirement. You can check your pension options, see how your pension is invested and reach out for independent help and guidance.
It’s important to know how your pension is invested. Our guide to investing can help you find out what level of risk you’d like to take and your investment options.
Pensions are a long-term investment. The retirement benefits you receive from your pension plan will depend on a number of factors including the value of your plan when you decide to take your benefits which isn’t guaranteed, and can go down as well as up. The value of your plan could fall below the amount(s) paid in.