CHANGING FUTURES
PENSION AWARENESS DAY
#PAD20

To help get the UK planning for a changing future we’re back supporting Pension Awareness Day 2020. This year we’re bigger than ever, partnering with Channel 4 to meet households across the country and help get the UK planning. Join our online events from 13th until 18th September or watch them on demand here afterwards.

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Changing Futures Sessions #PAD20

Whatever stage you’re at in planning your financial future Scottish Widows are here to help. Join our experts throughout Pension Awareness Week where they will share their top tips and you can ask them anything about pensions!

13 Sept

7pm

How is the UK shaping up for retirement? (15 mins)

14 Sept

7pm

In a workplace pension scheme? How to make the most of it. (15 mins)

15 Sept

6pm

Hoping to retire soon? What you need to know. (15 mins)

15 Sept

7pm

10 things you should know about pensions. (15 mins)

16 Sept

7pm

Self Employed? Top tips for future planning. (15 mins)

17 Sept

7pm

Under 30? Why saving now for the future is a good idea. (15 mins)

18 Sept

7pm

The Gender Pension Gap. Is it real and how can you avoid it? (15 mins)
Channel 4 Changing Futures Partnership

We’ve partnered with Channel 4 to meet people from across the country, concerned about their financial future in these uncertain times. Join host George Clark and our pension expert Jackie Leiper to see how we can help.

What have I got?

Your first step to retirement planning is finding out what you already have. This means looking at any pensions you may have had over the years, tracing them, and checking how much is in them. Our expert sessions and pension basics series means we’re here to help answer your most commonly asked questions.

Am I on track?

Once you’ve worked out what you have, it’s time to look at how to make the most of it, and whether it’s enough for a comfortable retirement. We can help you find out if you’re on track with our pension calculator tools.

What next?

It’s great knowing you’ve done all you can to get your plans on track but worth remembering to review how much you’re contributing to help keep these plans on track. You should also look at some additional steps you can take to get the most out of retirement.

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