Whether you are employed or self-employed, you should have a pension plan in place so that you can retire comfortably without worrying about income.
The key to creating a healthy pension is to start saving as early as possible, as the longer it has to grow, the more it will benefit from compound interest. Additionally, the more time you have to invest in a pension, the less you'll need to contribute each month to reach your pension goals.
There are many different kinds of pension plans available. While employers should enroll you in the company's employee pension scheme, you can set up separate pension plans for further retirement income options too. As self-employed individuals do not have access to an employer-provided plan, it's vitally important to set up a self-employed pension plan yourself if this applies to you.
We'll help guide you through a range of different pension schemes so you can find one that's best for your needs and retirement income goals.