"There's still time to make your pension work harder
for you and increase your income for retirement"
Find out how with a Free,
no-obligation Pension Review...
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fees with a free, no obligation
"Pension companies are charging up to 80% in fees"
It's your money, take control of it! +
By arranging a quick, no obligation pension review,
you can avoid 'Sleepwalking into retirement'
77% of Britons are retiring
on less than £2,000 a year
We know that understanding how your pension works can be a daunting process and ‘sticking your head in the sand’ can seem like the only option. In today’s economic climate, by not addressing your pension now, you could be losing money everyday. It can be an easy situation to remedy. It’s your hard earned money so why waste it?
So how do you avoid ‘sleepwalking into retirement’ and the potential of retirement misery? A simple and easy way is to have your a Pension Review.
A FREE Pension Review explains in a simple and easy to understand way, how your pension works. It will show you what you are can expect to receive when you retire, if you are paying excessive fees and highlights options on how to make your pension work better for you, giving you the choice where to put your money. It can also highlight any ‘lost’ money that you may have in a frozen pension and how you can access it.
Reviewing your pension now could have a startling impact on your pension value. By transferring your current pension to a higher performing pension, you could increase the value by as much as three times. The Observer recently stated, “The best performing pension could produce more than three times more pension than the worst performing one. The really bad news is that your pension fund is more likely to be amongst the bad than the good.”
By having a Free Pension Review you could release funds and supercharge your pension pot.
A frozen pension is often regarded as when an employee parts with a company and leaves behind them money paid into an occupational pension. These funds are usually “frozen” until retirement age. Frequently, if the amounts are small, the member and the scheme administrators lose touch with each other, and as a result the pension is never claimed. A free pension review can quickly highlight any frozen pension allowing you to take back control of your money.
By transfering your current or frozen pension your could release funds and enhance your pension performance by up to 3 times
A Pension Transfer is often done when people are dissatisfied with their pension performance or when they have a ‘frozen’ pension. A free pension review can quickly highlight the benefits of transfering any under performing or frozen pensions, allowing you to take back control of your money.
By having a free pension review you could release your pension, raise funds and supercharge your pension pot.
Many people have underperforming pensions and want to access the funds in their pension – in short, to understand about pensions release. A free pension review can quickly highlight any frozen or under performing pensions allowing you to take back control of your money. Did you know that in some cases you could access and control up to 80% of your pension pot?
Pension Reviews Explained…
Step 1: Signed approval from you
To get your pension reviewed quickly, safely and securely, an Independent Financial Advisor will require a signed letter authorising them to contact your pension company on your behalf. This letter is called an LOA (Letter Of Authority). This does not allow us to make any changes to your pension or personal information in any way.
Step 2: Collecting your Letter Of Authority
For your convenience we can arrange for a secure courier to arrive with this letter (LOA) at a place of your choice and at a time that suits you. You simply sign the letter, hand it to the secure courier and they deliver it back to us.
Step 3: Organising your Pension Review
This is a FREE, NO-OBLIGATION REVIEW and gives you the total control and complete freedom to make a formal decision on what you want to do with your pension moving forward.