Pension & retirement planning provided by Skipton Building Society
Plan for the retirement you deserve
You shouldn’t reach retirement with concerns about enjoying your money.
You should reach retirement and feel financially prepared.
That’s why it could pay to plan. When it comes to saving into a pension or planning out your retirement, a well thought out strategy could go a long way in the future.
Think about what it is you’re aiming for when you retire. Would you like to take up a new hobby? Or maybe you’ve always dreamed of starting your own business?
Radio Times is pleased to be working with Skipton Building Society. They’ve over 30 years’ experience in providing people with tailored pension and retirement plans. And they would like to help you too.
Are you currently paying enough into your pension?
A Skipton financial adviser could review your current financial situation – including any existing pensions. They’ll be able to tell you if you’re putting enough away, or if you’d benefit from making some important changes.
What’s important to you in retirement?
Skipton will chat with you to find out what matters to you. They’ll then come up with a plan specific to your retirement goals – including a strategy which could help your retirement income last you for the rest of your life. As well as any considerations you’ll need to make for passing on money to your loved ones.
You don’t need to worry about upfront fees
A Skipton adviser will clearly explain any recommendations they have for you. You will only pay charges if you ask them to implement your plan, and charges will be fully explained before you proceed. You'll have the time you need to decide whether to act on Skipton's advice.
Don’t just take our word for it
As of 1 October 2020, Skipton’s advisers have an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 on VouchedFor – the UK’s largest rating service website for financial and legal advisers.
Please bear in mind that a pension is a long-term investment and your Capital is at Risk. Your fund value will fluctuate and can go down. You could get back less than you paid in. Your eventual income will depend upon the size of the fund at retirement, future interest rates & tax legislation.