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Getting broody over your nest-egg? Having the funds to retire in comfort is a major source of concern. Our listing of pension sites will provide you with the information you need to successfully incubate and hatch your pension.

 
 
 
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The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS)

For help and advice about the oftentimes complicated world of pensions, head to TPAS which is an independent organisation, funded by the government and staffed by pension specialists. Here you’ll be able to get guidance on how to set up a pension, what to look for in a provider, how to buy an annuity and much more besides. Use their web chat feature, submit a question via their support forms, or get all the relevant phone numbers if you’d like to speak to someone that way. This should be your fi View Site »

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Royal London

The biggest mutual pensions company in the UK and as such they have no shareholders to answer to – other than their customers that is. This means that they have a duty to act responsibly and in the interests of their customers (all 5 million of them). They offer one of the lowest monthly commitments around at just £100 which makes them an ideal candidate if you cannot afford to put away all that much straight away. View Site »

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Unbiased

To get a full comparison of your available options when it comes to pensions and annuities, you should really speak to an independent financial advisor. Unbiased have a search facility which will allow you to locate an IFA near to where you live so that you can discuss your requirements in person. They also offer a great deal of easy to understand information regarding pensions if you need a better understanding. View Site »

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Legal & General

One of the leading providers of annuities in the UK and a name that you can trust, Legal & General can help you to maximise the income you receive upon retirement. Go online to get a quote today or check out their annuity calculator to see how much you could get once you say goodbye to the day job. They place a great deal of importance on the long term financial stability of their pension and annuity fund and run a surplus as of 2014. View Site »

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Standard Life

Established in 1825, Standard Life have been helping people to plan for the future for almost 200 years. They have won awards for their retirement offerings including their main pension product and their SIPP accounts. Become one of their 6 million customers worldwide and you’ll benefit from their wealth of experience too. View Site »

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Aviva

Whether you are just starting out with a pension, want to combine multiple pensions into one, or are an employer looking to arrange a workplace pension scheme, Aviva can help. They also offer annuities and have a proven track record of offering some of the best rates available to maximise your income when you reach retirement. View Site »

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Zurich

Open a pension plan with Zurich and choose what sorts of investments are used to grow your total. This means that you can have some control over how much risk you are willing to take although seeking independent advice is always a good idea to help you make such decisions. Start investing with Zurich today for as little as £150 per month. View Site »

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Pensions Ombudsman Service

If you ever find yourself unhappy at how you have been treated by your pension provider and wish to make a claim against them, you’ll need to lodge a complaint with the Pensions Ombudsman Service. They are impartial and independent and have the legal powers required to settle disputes. View Site »

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Saga

For an exclusive annuity offer that isn’t available through financial advisers, contact Saga and see if they could beat your current best rate. They offer conventional and enhanced annuities and you can choose your payment frequency, whether you want fixed or increasing income, and whether to nominate a spouse or dependant to receive your income in the event of your death. View Site »

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The Money Advice Service

With a wealth of information on pensions, how they work, different types of schemes, what happens when you find yourself out of work, and other retirement related issues, seek out MA – the Money Advice Service. They also have a web chat feature and a telephone helpline for anyone who needs assistance or who has concerns. View Site »

 
 
 

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