Now that you’re approaching retirement, it’s important to understand how you can access your pension, how much the state pension is and what happens if you want to keep on working.
To help people save more for the future, the Government is increasing the minimum amount you and your employer jointly save into your workplace pension. Find out how it could affect you.
Would you know what the Lifetime Allowance is? This is the maximum amount that you can take from your pension pots without paying any tax charges. Our film explains the current limits and tax implications.
Salary sacrifice is where you agree to exchange part of your gross salary, that’s your pay before it’s taxed, for a non-cash benefit. Find out how it could benefit you and your retirement planning.
Your pension is generally a long term investment and over time will tend to rise and fall in value. Find out why in our short film.
Taking your pension doesn't mean you need to retire. If you want to continue working you can but there are some important things to consider.
When you've spent years saving for your pension - it's important to understand how to access it.
When taking your pension, there are a variety of options available to you. Our film explains the various ways you can access your pension.
It's important to know what happens to the money you've saved after you've gone. This video explains the tax implications and how it's paid to beneficiaries.
Unfortunately pension scams are on the rise. Our film helps you understand what they are and how you can spot them.
What is the State Pension? How much money will you receive? How often will you receive it and when do you start receiving it? Our Pension Basics film can help.
When going through a divorce or dissolution, pension savings can be forgotten about, but by law they need to be taken into account.