Pension Transfer Values Going Up and Down – What are my options?

As I’m sure you’re aware, pensions are a minefield, especially after the new flexibility rules were implemented in April 2015. Since then, a lot has changed in financial services, and people are still trying to keep up with what happened in April 2015. Continue reading “Pension Transfer Values Going Up and Down – What are my options?”

Divorce and Pensions – Make Sure You Know Your Rights

Divorce is something that nobody wants to go through, however the office of National Statistics estimated that 42% of marriages ended in divorce. There are multiple ways in which pensions, and assets, can be shared between two parties. The husband and wife can agree to offset a pension without a court order. Alternatively, the court could make a pension sharing order, or an earmarking order. The sharing of non-pension assets doesn’t necessarily require court input. But what pensions are we talking about here?

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