Pension Review

Free Pension Review

When was the last time you had a Pension Review ?

Review your pensions for 100% free for a limited time only. We help you understand if your pension if performing as it should. Over 90% of customers who come to us are looking for a better deal.

  • Do you even know what your pension is worth?
  • Pension with multiple employers?
  • Confused about you pension?

Get a free review today

Free pension reviews are only eligible for people who have been paying into a pension for at least five years.

Get paid more when you retire

We are here to help you increase your pensions performance

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Higher Performance

95% of clients in who come to us walk away with more money for their retirement

Transparent no nonsense service

Everything we do is 100% transparent to you. We use plain English to discuss what we can achieve.

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With recent changes in government legislation, you are close to being guaranteed a better situation that your currently in.

Join thousands of happy customers

We have already served over 100,000 clients so far. Will you be the next?.

Why even have a pension review?

If you have a private pension, there’s a high likely hood that you’re paying far too much in management charges to greedy pension managers. It’s extremely simple for the people in charge of managing these pensions to add in hidden charges and place it under ‘management’ fees. They know they can easily get away with at as it’s never looked into properly.

Recent changes in legislation are now doing away with this and let people like us look into this for you. An incredible 90% of customers have been found to be paying far too much in charges. We simply show you what you should be paying.

The bottom line? we’ve helped customers increase their final pension pots by over 40%. Just think about that for a minute. That’s 40% from money you’re paying in right now and ending up in the hands of greedy fund managers. They by rights have to take a fee, but as we have found in over 90% of cases they are taking far too much of YOUR own money.

Don’t leave it till it’s too late, you can do something about it now. We offer a free service and check everythings as it should be, and show you a breakdown if you can be doing better.

A free, transparent service.

We do not charge any  fees for the service we provide. We check everything over with you and give you the straight answer your wanting. Are you paying too much in hidden fees? Is your pension peforming as it should?.

Get back in the driving seat

Many pension companies and funds are making fortunes because people aren’t looking at their pensions closely enough, they push management fees up and deliver measly returns for clients while pocketing huge profits for themselves. In some cases we have seen, the management fees actually outweighed the returns the companies were giving out, meaning that the pension fund was actually shrinking rather than growing, when you couple this with the effect of inflation you can see that this is a huge problem for people that have their retirement funds stored with these companies. When you get us to look into your current pension performance, you can take back control of your retirement income and look at other options that may be available to you. This is so that you know exactly what benefits and charges you are incurring so that you have a better handle on what you receive at retirement so you can enjoy a fantastic quality of life in your latter years.

Below are some useful links, which we hope will be useful to you...

Actuarial Profession
Provides actuarial services to the pension industry

Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS)
Helps resolve conflicts in the workplace

Association of British Insurers (ABI)
Represents the interests of UK insurance companies

Association of Independent Financial Advisers (AIFA)
Represents the interests of the UK financial advisers

Association of Member-Directed Pension Schemes (AMPS)
Represents the interests of SIPP and SSAS providers

Association of Pension Lawyers (APL)
Represents the interests of pension lawyers

Bereavement Advice Centre
Gives free practical advice on the issues and procedures that face people after the death of someone close

Citizens Advice
Provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities

Civil Service Retirement Fellowship
A national charity offering support, information and advice to all retired civil servants, their partners and dependants.

Companies House
The registrar of UK companies

Employment Tribunals Service
Deals with complaints relating to employment issues

Financial Assistance Scheme (FAS)
Pays compensation to members of certain insolvent pension schemes

Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS)
Deals with complaints against financial services firms and individuals

Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
Regulator of the UK financial services industry

Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)
Pays compensation if financial services firms are unable to meet claims against them

Find a qualified financial adviser in your local area

The best place to find government services and information, including Department for Work and Pensions

Government Actuary's Department (GAD)
Provides actuarial services to the public sector

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC)
Collects UK taxes

MacMillan Cancer Care
Provides practical help and support for people coping with cancer

Money Advice Service (MAS)
Helps individuals manage their money

National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF)
Represents the interests of UK company pension schemes

NEST Corporation
The trustee body responsible for overseeing NEST (National Employment Savings Trust)

Office of Public Sector Information (OPSI)
Provides access to UK legislation

Pensions Ombudsman (PO)
Deals with pension-related complaints

Pension Tracing Service
Helps trace lost pensions

Pension Protection Fund (PPF)
Pays compensation to members of certain insolvent pension schemes

PPF Ombudsman (PPFO)
Deals with complaints against the board of the PPF

Tax Help For Older People (TOP)
Independent free tax advice service for older people on low incomes who cannot afford to pay for professional advice

The Law Society
Find a solicitor in your local area

The National Careline
The National Careline is a not for profit company offering information about care and support for older people, their carers and their families

The Pensions Regulator (TPR)
Regulator of UK work-place pensions

The Pension Service
Government agency that administers the state pension and pension credit

The Royal Association of the Deaf
For people with hearing difficulties who need financial or other help

Find a qualified financial adviser, solicitor or mortgage broker in your local area

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