Don’t forget to notify your pension provider about your change your address.

Article by Christina

When you move to a new house there’s always lots to do and quite often the last thing on your mind is notifying everyone about your new address.

Well perhaps not everyone. You might remember your bank, council, sky etc – all the services you use day to day. But what most people forget is to tell their pension provider about their change of address.

Not that important you might think. Well think again.

In the UK there is almost £20 billion in “lost” pension pots. That is money just sat there with a pension provider who has no idea where you live because you have moved (and very little incentive to do anything about finding you either).

Imagine that.

Is it possible that you might have a “lost” pot?

One way to find out is to take advantage of a Free Pension Review.

As Pension Advisrs we have “found” lost pensions before. Once we found over £200,000 for one client, so please remember to inform your pension provider(s) when you move.

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