Pensions Seminar – 26th November – CANCELLED

Posted by: Nicola Macdonald, on September 24, 2015.


Pensions Freedom came into force in April this year and there was much trumpeting about how you can now have virtual bank account style access to your pension funds.

Pensions Freedom

In this seminar, presented by our resident expert Jonathan Cooper, we will be sharing our experience and the experience of many clients with these new changes and what you may need to do to take advantage of these freedoms.

Additionally, the Government has announced further changes to funding pensions and we will highlight how to maximise your existing pensions and also future contributions in view of these changes.

This seminar will be of most benefit and relevance to those individuals with existing pensions in excess of £200,000 and/or significant Final Salary pension benefits

This seminar will be held at our Uckfield offices on Thursday 26th November 2015 starting 12.30 p.m. and lasting approx. 1 hour.

Registration 12.15 -12.30, numbers are limited and to reserve a place, please email or call 01825 763366.

We offer all attendees the option of a free 20 minute consultation following the seminar to discuss, in confidence, your personal situation with one of our experts. If you wish to take advantage of this offer, please confirm when reserving a place.


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