If My Employer Goes Bust, What Happens To My Pension?
For those of us employed in the private sector, this can be a particularly worrying thought and stimulant to seek pension advice. After all, if your employer is the one…
Pension planning can raise many questions and you will be faced with many decisions, from which type of pension is best suited to your personal circumstances to how much you will need in your pension pot to provide a reasonable income in your later life.
Whether you already have pensions in place, either workplace or private, or if you are at the beginning of the pension planning process our recommended independent financial advisers will work in partnership with you to ensure you have the best strategies in place for your personal circumstances and are making the most of every opportunity that is available to you.
It is never too early to plan for your retirement and the early you start the process the more comfortable your retirement years will be, retirement planning should really begin as soon as you start work. However, if you have left it until later life you could still build a reasonable pension pot.
A well prepared retirement plan will help you to ensure you receive a reasonable level of income in your retirement and are able to maintain the lifestyle to which you have become accustomed. Our recommended independent financial advisers will work in partnership with you to ensure your retirement plan is tailored to your personal circumstances and meets your retirement objectives.