Your existing pensions might have valuable guarantees that you could lose if you transfer out of the scheme, your current pension may have higher or lower product charges, and there may also be charges to transfer your pension to a new company. You should also consider which death benefits are already in place.
A financial adviser can use the Government Pension Tracing Service to track down any pensions from old employers. All you need is the name of your old employer.
A single view of your pension pot could make it easier to manage your money, understand your retirement options and give you a clearer picture of what you’ll have when you retire.
Your circumstances or the level of risk you’re happy with may change over time – so it’s worth checking that the funds you’re invested in are still right for you. Combining your pensions could give you access to a new or wider range of funds.
If you’re not sure about whether you should combine your pensions a financial adviser can help you decide if combining your pensions is right for you. They’ll be able to review your individual circumstances and explain the process to help you decide.
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Our advisers can help you use the government's Pension Tracing Service to track down any pensions from old employers. All you need is the name of your old employer.
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