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Copyright 2016 by Pension Tracing Service ® 

This service is not affiliated with the Department of Work and Pensions or any government body. The Pension Tracing Service does not offer financial advice to our clients. However we can allocate you an Authorised and Regulated Pension Specialist. 

Starting a pension 

Starting a pension 

Starting a Pension? Why not try our Free Pension Advice?

It is now more crucial than ever to start planning and saving early for your retirement. life expectancy has risen significantly over the past 20 years, for example, a woman who turned 65 in 2005 is now expected to live to the age of 87, while the average 70 year man is likely to live past 84. This indicates that this trend shows no signs of slowing down, with today’s 37 year-olds (those who will turn 65 in 2035) forecast to live to 87 (men) and 90 (women). However, a longer lifespan means a long and costly retirement, which is why it is  so important for you to start saving for retirement early.

Minimal State Pension

As people are now  living a lot longer, the knock on effect on the State pension is that  will not be able to sustain those who are looking to rely on it.  It just about covers the basics with little or no room for luxuries, and with a growing older population it is likely to continue to be worth less in real terms.

Company Pensions

Employers have now changed the way they support their employed pensioners. Most companies would  offer many  generous pensions to their staff back when a typical employee spent most of their career at one company. But with the typical employee now more likely to spend their career working for several different companies, many employers have now decided to cut back on their pension offerings for their employees. So now, everyone is going to have to start thinking for themselves and start taking more personal responsibility when it comes to saving for their  retirement. To improve your chances of a wealthy retirement it is best if you start putting savings away as early as possible.

Starting a Pension? Why not try our Free Pension Advice?

It is now more crucial than ever to start planning and saving early for your retirement. life expectancy has risen significantly over the past 20 years, for example, a woman who turned 65 in 2005 is now expected to live to the age of 87, while the average 70 year man is likely to live past 84. This indicates that this trend shows no signs of slowing down, with today’s 37 year-olds (those who will turn 65 in 2035) forecast to live to 87 (men) and 90 (women). However, a longer lifespan means a long and costly retirement, which is why it is  so important for you to start saving for retirement early.

Minimal State Pension

As people are now  living a lot longer, the knock on effect on the State pension is that  will not be able to sustain those who are looking to rely on it.  It just about covers the basics with little or no room for luxuries, and with a growing older population it is likely to continue to be worth less in real terms.

Company Pensions

Employers have now changed the way they support their employed pensioners. Most companies would  offer many  generous pensions to their staff back when a typical employee spent most of their career at one company. But with the typical employee now more likely to spend their career working for several different companies, many employers have now decided to cut back on their pension offerings for their employees. So now, everyone is going to have to start thinking for themselves and start taking more personal responsibility when it comes to saving for their  retirement. To improve your chances of a wealthy retirement it is best if you start putting savings away as early as possible.

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