Useful Links

Like many aspects of life, there’s a wealth of information and advice about pensions in general from the internet. Below are details of some of the most frequently used websites and how they can help you.


The website for The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS) contains free help and advice about all types of pension arrangement.


The Ombudsman investigates complaints and disputes that scheme members cannot resolve with their trustees.


The site of the regulator of work-based pension schemes in the UK.


Find independent financial advisers (IFA), mortgage advisers, accountants or solicitors in your local area and get the useful information to help manage your finances.


APFA is the voice of the financial adviser. They promote the value of financial advice and the interests of financial advisers. They represent the interests of memberships to the regulator and policy makers who have an impact on the financial adviser market place and the business operation of financial advisers.


If you're looking for more information on managing your money, the Government clear advice to help you manage your money.


Pensions Wise is a free and impartial government service that helps you understand retirement options. You can get guidance from, or if you prefer to speak to someone, you can talk to an impartial guidance specialist on the phone or face to face by calling 030 0330 1001 between 8am and 10pm, Monday to Sunday.  Pension Wise won’t recommend any products or tell you what to do with your money.


Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is a non-ministerial department of the UK Government responsible for the collection of taxes and the payment of some forms of state support.


Her Majesty's Treasury (commonly known as HM Treasury) is the United Kingdom's economics and finance ministry. In this section you can find ministerial biographies, an interactive history of our Department and links to our social media channels.


Details regarding the State pension can be found here:


Visit this site for all you ever wanted to know about the State scheme. You can also get help finding pension schemes you have belonged to in the past, through the Pension Tracing Service.


A useful website for those who have retired; contains all sorts of information and opportunities.With advice on finances, healthcare, age discrimination issues and a free telephone helpline, this is another website dedicated to the needs of those who have retired.


For government initiatives and information about retirement and pension benefits.


ONS is the UK's largest independent producer of official statistics and the recognised national statistical institute of the UK.


The FCA regulate firms and financial advisers so that markets and financial systems remain sound, stable and resilient.They also encourage transparent pricing that’s easy for everyone to understand.


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