The 5 Key Benefits of Pension Consolidation

The 5 benefits of pension consolidation include gaining clarity, control, having one fee, more choice and use of a financial expert. […]

Read More…

How to consolidate your pensions?

What is pension consolidation? Pension consolidation simply is “combining all (or most) of your pension pots into one”. Over your career you would have most likely worked for different employers, and built up a collection of different pension pots and/or pension schemes. Whenever is the right time for you, you will have to decide whether […]

Read More…

The benefits of pension consolidation

Discover the benefits of pension consolidation in this easy to read infographic. Many of us will work multiple careers and accumulate several pensions during our lifetime. These individual pension pots can be difficult to track and manage, pension consolidation is a great way to gain clarity and control over your various pensions. […]

Read More…

What Happens If I Cancel My Pension?

What happens if I cancel my pension? What will this mean for me now and in the future? You need to think carefully before cancelling your pension. In this article, BulbFin’s pension experts explain everything you need to consider before cancelling your pension. […]

Read More…

Should I Consolidate My Pensions?

40% of adults with dependents are not taking out life insurance according to research from MoneySuperMarket. The survey, which was conducted in January, found this was due to three main reasons, including: […]

Read More…

What Is a Pension and How Can I Make It Work For Me?

There’s no denying that everyone wants to lead a comfortable life once they reach retirement age. While some people regularly put some money into a savings pot from their twenties or middle ages, others prefer to grow their money with a pension. In a nutshell, a pension is a tax-efficient way of saving money for […]

Read More…

Should You Combine Pension Pots?

Some people only have one pension pot but according to one recruitment site, the average person will have six pension pots in their lifetime. For today’s millennials, this figure could rise, as they are less likely to stay in one job for the long term. They are more likely to have twelve jobs in their […]

Read More…