Pensions & Retirement

Pensions and Retirement

Planning for tomorrow, today

It is never too early to start thinking about packing up and taking off to live the dream.

All it takes is a plan. Putting it off until tomorrow will simply delay the inevitable. Remember, it is better to do something than nothing at all. 

It’s your journey

The big question is how much do you need to live a comfortable retirement? Everyone’s dream is different. What you value will be different to everyone around you. But money and how you save it is the overriding factor to a more financially secure future.

Taking the first step is easier with support.  As experienced retirement planning advisers, our guidance is designed to find your right way forward. We can:

  • help you work back from your retirement aspirations, calculating how much you realistically need to save;
  • select products that are flexible enough to adapt to your changing circumstances between now and retirement;
  • find the perfect blend for your needs today and your plans tomorrow.

The trend of people needing to save for their own future is unlikely to slow, if you think now’s the right time to start planning for tomorrow today, contact us now.

Independent Pensions Advice

Whether you’re thinking about saving into a pension for the first time or making decisions for your retirement, it’s important that you make the most of your money.

We feel that it is important that you take independent advice so that you can consider all the options. 

You might find yourself in one of or more of the following circumstances, each of which could be a potential solution to increasing the size of the pension pot you have.

  • You’re close to paying off your mortgage so may soon have further scope to consider an increase in pension contributions
  • Your children are leaving home, easing some of your monthly financial commitments
  • You have old pension plans that you may wish to take financial advice on, as to whether or not they may be better served within a new plan
  • You’ve received some inheritance that you could consider the merits of investing into your current pension pot