New content on TPAS website
The TPAS website now includes new and updated information on all aspects of pensions. The website is widely recognised as a leading source of impartial and independent information and guidance on a wide range of pension issues.
The technical content of the website has been rewritten and updated to appeal to a wider audience, including the millions of people who will become pension savers for the first time, over the coming months and years, due to automatic enrolment into workplace pensions. Topics that feature on the website include saving into a pension, taking money from your pension pot and tracing a lost pension. The website provides a wealth of top tips for saving and planning for a comfortable retirement.
The newly revised series of factsheets provide more detailed information on topics such as income drawdown, the annual allowance and taking lump sum payments. These spotlights can be found on the publications page.
A series of short videos has also been added to help people learn more about automatic enrolment and the importance of saving for retirement. As one of the Department for Work and Pension's strategic partners in the roll out of automatic enrolment, we will be working closely with our partners to ensure those people who need support can access the help they need.
Marta Phillips OBE CA, Chief Executive of TPAS said: "I am delighted this work has been completed as it gives us the foundation we need to make it more relevant for people seeking information and guidance from TPAS. Users of the website and social media links can look forward to further developments which will enable them to find the information they need."
Alison Bailey, Head of Policy and Technical Development at TPAS said: "With over 3 million visits to our website in the last year, we know that more and more people are seeking help and support with their pensions. We hope that the new content will make it easier for people to find the information they need, as well as encourage more people to save for retirement."
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