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Video: What should you consider when transferring or consolidating your pensions?

Over the lifetime of your pension, the impact of holding poorly performing investments can be quite staggering and is likely to create a significant dent in your future income.

Bringing together all your existing pensions in our Best SIPP creates a simple way to keep on top of your investments and make sure they are always working hard to provide the best possible returns.

According to a research survey by Prudential featured in the Financial Times, more than 80% of workers fail to transfer their company pension funds when moving jobs. Read ‘Should you consolidate your pension pots?’ by Tim Stalkartt, Head of Wealth Management at Bestinvest to find out why ‘with a SIPP it’s simple to consolidate existing pensions’.

Bestinvest TV examines what you should consider when transferring or consolidating pensions.

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