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Pension Tracing Factsheet

Pension tracking factsheet

There’s an estimated £19 billion sitting in over 1.5 million unclaimed pension pots - and some of it could be yours.

If you’ve changed jobs or moved house, you could have a lost pension waiting to be claimed.

To help you track it down, we’ve created this essential factsheet, which is not personal advice. You’ll learn:

  • How to find your old personal and workplace pensions
  • What to check once you’ve found them all
  • When to take control of old pensions
  • How to consolidate pensions into one account

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    This factsheet will give you useful information, but it's not personal advice. If you are unsure what’s right for you, please seek advice. If you’re thinking about transferring a pension, check you won’t lose valuable guarantees or need to pay high exit fees.

    Do you have a lost pension waiting to be found?

    There’s an estimated £19 billion sitting in over 1.5 million unclaimed pension pots - and some of it could be yours.

    If you’ve changed jobs or moved house, you could have a lost pension waiting to be claimed.

    To help you track it down, we’ve created this essential factsheet. You’ll learn:

    • How to find your old personal and workplace pensions
    • What to check once you’ve found them all
    • When to take control of old pensions
    • How to consolidate pensions into one account

    This factsheet will give you useful information, but it's not personal advice. If you are unsure what’s right for you, please seek advice. If you’re thinking about transferring a pension, check you won’t lose valuable guarantees or need to pay high exit fees.

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