About your company pension scheme

Planning your future

How your pension works

Are you puzzled by pensions? Don't be. Because despite what you might think, they can be very simple.

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What's in it for you?

Paying into your employer's pension scheme is one way to prepare for your life after work.

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Why start now?

You might think you've got ages to start paying into a pension plan. Joining your company pension scheme sooner rather than later could help you get the retirement you want.

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Already saving for your future

Find out what happens to your company pension when you leave your employer. Discover more about your options.

Independent Governance Committees (IGCs) have been set up to provide greater protection for scheme members. Find out more about the role they play.

Make the most of your pension

Already paying into your company pension?
Find out what you can do to really make the most of it.

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Investment centre

Check out your investment options. Research funds.
Find out how to change your investment choice.
And more.

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Tools and calculators

Whether your retirement is still some time away or it is fast approaching, it's important to get a clear view of how close you are to achieving your aims. Our simple online tools and calculators can help you.

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