Workplace savings

Everyone needs a plan for their future – whether you’re looking weeks, months or years ahead, we’re here to support you today and tomorrow.


Helping you have the best retirement

Our Workplace Savings solutions will help you on your journey, whether you’re just starting out or looking to build your savings.


Workplace Pensions

A workplace pension is a tax-efficient way to help support you financially in retirement. When you pay in, your employer will pay in as well. You’ll normally receive tax relief on your payments as well, which means for every £80 you contribute, the taxman will normally top up by £20. If you pay tax on some of your income at a rate higher than the amount we add automatically, you may be able to claim additional tax relief via your annual tax return. So, it literally pays to contribute.

Speak to your employer to find out more about your workplace pension.

Keep on top of your pension

To view and track how your pension is progressing, you’ll have access to our services where you can:

  • Update beneficiary details online
  • Make additional contributions
  • View and amend your personal details
  • Plan Your Retirement with our planning tool.

To log in, use the Log in button at the top of the page.

Your workplace pension

I have one

I have one

If you’re already a member of your workplace pension, here are some things you may wish to consider, to make sure you’re on track for the retirement you want.

Other ways to save

A pension isn’t the only way to save for your future; there are other savings options available to complement your pension savings.

Explore your options

Combining your pensions

Combining pension pots could make it easier for you to plan for your retirement.

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Your options at retirement

As you approach retirement, it’s helpful to understand what your options are.

Start your journey

I want one

I want one

If you’re new, or have previously opted out of your workplace pension and would like to join, please contact your employer for details about how to do this. You may find the following information useful to help you start your retirement journey.

Retirement basics

Pensions and retirement can be confusing without knowing the basics.

Learn the basics

How much should I contribute?

There’s a minimum contribution that must be paid to your pension, and this is normally paid by both you and your employer. You can pay more than this if you wish.

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New to saving

Saving can make all the difference for your future, whether that’s tomorrow, next year or the long-term.

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