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How to trace a lost pension – and what to do with it
Last updated on: August 14, 2019
Next review: August 14, 2020
Originally published on: October 04, 2017
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It’s inevitable that there will come a time when you can't work any more but still need an income. Even if that seems a long way off, when you're saving for your future the earlier you start the more flexible your retirement options will be.
Getting professional financial advice – and checking over your pension plans with an independent expert – could make a big difference to what you’re due when you retire.
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Looking after your pension is the first step to making sure you’re set for later life when you no longer work.