Thinking about Pensions or Retirement?

We know it can be tricky to take time to think about your future when there are so many other things competing for your attention, but it’s important to be prepared and make sure that you’re planning ahead for the retirement you deserve.

There have been lots of changes to pensions and retirement planning in recent years, which can make it all seem a bit overwhelming. Working together with our pensions experts at Scottish Widows, we’ve put together a list of things you might want to consider and some information that might help you plan ahead.

Did you know?

The full State Pension is currently around £9,100 per year, however many people find this isn’t enough to fund a comfortable retirement.

Have you thought about how much you need to retire?

Planning ahead

Retirement may seem like a long way off, especially if you are under 50, but it is important to plan ahead. Discover the benefits of a pension and how to plan for the retirement you aspire to.

Retirement planning tips

Preparing to retire

If you are over 50 retirement may well be on the horizon. Make sure you’re ready by understanding your retirement options, and which is right for you.

Take control of your retirement

Transfer your pension

Scottish Widows can guide you through steps required to transfer your pension.

Combine my pensions

Important legal information

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