Pension advice

If you’re thinking about getting professional financial advice, you can find a local financial adviser on VouchedFor or Unbiased.

Alternatively, if you’re looking for somewhere to start, we’ve partnered with independent advice firm Fidelius to offer Rest Less members a free initial consultation with a qualified financial advisor. There’s no obligation, however if the adviser feels you’d benefit from paid financial advice, they’ll talk you through how that works and the charges involved.

Fidelius are rated 4.7 out of 5 from over 1,000 reviews on VouchedFor, the review site for financial advisors.

Explore our pension guides

Whether you are looking to start learning about pensions, how to make the most of your retirement options or how to manage your money in retirement, we’ve got plenty of information to get you started. Our simple pension guides are designed to help you get a clear idea of how pensions work, help you understand pension contributions and tax relief, and provide helpful information about the different ways of managing and withdrawing money from your pension pot.

Should I get pension advice?

According to research conducted by Royal London and the International Longevity Centre, customers who had sought financial advice were, on average, £47k better off than those who chose to go it alone, in the space of just 10 years.

How to get pension advice?

Our pensions are often the most important savings that we’ll make in our lifetime. Given that we rely on our pensions to support us throughout retirement, it’s a good idea to check on them every few years. That way, you can be sure that your finances are on track for the type of lifestyle that you want, and expect later on. If you are looking for help with your pension and want to speak to someone, our helpful guides offer some helpful starting points to make those initial steps a little bit easier.