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Self-employed and Pensions

Self-employed and Pensions: How we can help

TPAS Midlife Review appointments will be officially launching soon. The appointments are aimed at supporting self-employed people with the particular retirement issues they face.

We are offering Midlife Review telephone appointments, which will be held at a time of your choosing with a TPAS pension specialist. The appointment will provide impartial and independent guidance to help you think about your pension planning and your next steps. The appointment will be a conversation about your personal circumstances, which may cover your current financial, work, family and health situation. As these factors may influence your pension and retirement plans, this will help us identify if you're on track or how you might be able to make your pension and retirement goals more achievable.

Please email Virtual.Appointments@pensionsadvisoryservice.org.uk if you would like to register your interest.

When emailing, please provide your name and contact email address, so that we can email you with further information.

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If you need more information, please contact us. A pension specialist from our team will be happy to help with whatever pensions-related question you have. Our help is always free.

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