I had a workplace pension in a previous job, what should I do about that?

Posted 6 years ago at 14:35

You could leave it where it is. You will get it when you retire, so long as you were in the pension scheme long enough. The length of time needed will be in the pension scheme rules. Or you might be able to combine it with your new workplace pension. If you’re considering doing this, you need to check with your current pension provider that it’s possible and, if it is, how to go about doing it.

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