It’s important that you understand your pension and feel confident about making the best decisions for your financial future.
You can find a list of useful sources, detailed below.
If you’re already approaching retirement, you can find more details about the specific help available here. .
If you’re confused about any pensions, tax, or National Insurance issues, you can search the government's website for clear, jargon-free explanations.
Set up by the government, the Money and Pensions Service (MAPS) launched in April 2019, bringing the Money Advice Service, Pension Wise and The Pensions Advisory Service together into one organisation.
This free and impartial advice service works with other organisations to help you manage your money.
Visit: moneyadviceservice.org.uk (web chat available)
If you’re aged 50 or over, you can get free guidance about the different options available to you when you come to use your pension pot at retirement.
You can get free, impartial guidance on a wide range of pensions-related topics (both workplace and personal pensions) from this non-profit-making organisation.
Visit: thepensionsadvisoryservice.org.uk (web chat available)
You can find Independent Financial Advisers (IFAs) in your local area who will help you understand your pension, the options available to you, and how to manage your finances.
Visit: unbiased.co.uk (web chat available)
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