Retiring in a few years?

A change to your pension now could make a big difference to your future plans. Find out how.

What difference could you make?

If you are thinking about retiring in the next few years then you are probably part of a generation that changed the cultural landscape. Hardly blanket and slippers at 65 material. However, if your pension is stuck in the past then your plans for the future could fall as flat as a cap. 

How much could your pension pot increase without additional contributions?

How many years until you plan to retire?
1120
If it grew at 3% per year
3%
If it grew at 5% per year
5%
If it grew at 8% per year
8%

Growth of 8% per year, which is certainly possible, would be fantastic. And even though something closer to 5% is more likely, what if your pot is currently growing at less than 3%?

Your favourite pot?

Have a play with the slider and see what could happen if you change your retirement plans.

The great news

There should still be time to make a difference to your pension pot, and it could be a big one.

Let the experts help

It won’t cost you a thing to find out what difference you could make to your pension. Let us take care of everything for you.

Call 0800 304 7288 for a friendly chat about your pension

This illustration simply shows the effect different amounts of investment growth could have on your retirement pot. It excludes all charges and is not an accurate reflection of how your pension will perform1.

What is most important to you at the moment?

Saving as much as possible

Saving as much as you can afford is a great position to be in.

If this is your current focus then your best starting point is to find out if we can help to secure the best lifestyle possible for you in the future.

Flexibility to do what you choose

You currently have more options than ever before when it comes to deciding what to do with your pension.

Check our simple guide for more information or give us a call.

Security for you and your family

If you are like most people, your pension will be an important part of your income when you say goodbye to the 9 to 5. So, now is the time to make sure your pension investments strike the right balance between risk and reward.

Haven’t really thought about it?

That’s absolutely fine, this is what we are here for.

We can do all of the hard work for you, making sure that your pension has every chance of delivering exactly what you need it to when the time comes.

A refreshingly frank approach

 

There’s no unnecessary jargon for you to decipher, no home appointments for you to squeeze in and no commitment to pay anything without knowing what you are going to get. All we need are a few basic details to get started.

 

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