The Ides of March
Beware the Ides of March! The famous phrase from Shakespeare's epic tragedy Julius Caesar warns of tragedy, however, the origin of the Ides of March was much more practical.
Now overshadowed by the famous assassination of Julius Caesar, the Ides of March was a notable day in the Roman calendar for settling debts. As with debt, many people put off dealing with their pension as they feel overwhelmed. That’s where we come in. You can talk to The Pensions Advisory Service about any worries or concerns you have. We know paperwork can seem confusing, but our pensions specialists can help make things clearer.
Pensions start with you. When it comes to your future, you’re the expert. By telling us your aspirations for retirement, we can personalise our guidance to you.
Just as the Ides of March became a turning point in Roman history, marking the transition from the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire, make today a turning point in your retirement plans.