Our media is drowned with adverts for being savvy and proactive by changing energy or broadband providers – Maybe saving £200 pa. But what about your pension?
Despite being one your largest assets it is overlooked. How much could you save? When was your pension last reviewed? What is it invested in? Its performance last year? Are your fees expensive?
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The average time for a pension transfer is 3-4 weeks. Depending upon the type of pension with DB transfers taking longer and DC transfers shorter. In our experience, exemplary paperwork and streamlined communication are keys to faster transfers. Errors lead to longer transfer times. International SIPP transfers are generally quicker, while QROP transfers take longer.
Nobody likes surprises. At CJ our clients know exactly how much their financial advice will cost before they proceed. We have initial advice and set-up fee of 1-3% depending on the size of your investment and an ongoing annual management charge of 1% – Our Costs.