Making sure you have the basics covered
With life being so busy, it’s easy to think of your pension as something to think about later, but the actions you take today could have a real impact on your future. Remember, your pension is 100% yours and it will stay yours no matter where you work. That’s why it’s really important to make sure you keep an eye on it and that you’re (quite literally) going to get the most out of it.
Where to start
Starting with creating an account on PlanViewer, our simple steps will help you get started. The whole list will only take five to ten minutes so it’s worth investing the time.
Register and log into PlanViewer
Enabling you to view and manage your pension online.
Keep your contact details up to date
Helping you to keep track of your Fidelity pension.
Nominate your beneficiaries
It’s important you tell us who you'd want to receive your pension savings if you die.
Check your selected retirement age
It’s automatically set when you start saving, is it right for you?
Know how much you’re saving
And understand how your investments are performing.
Your essential to-do-list
Want to get started but need to come back later? We’ve got the essentials covered.
Proud supporters of the #PensionAttention campaign
At Fidelity we believe that looking after your financial health is as important as looking after your physical health. And that’s why, as the provider of your workplace pension, we want to help you to feel good about your money, your pension savings and your future.
Which is why we’re proud to support the #PensionAttention campaign, coordinated by the Association of British Insurers (ABI) and the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA). Where the only aim is to help the nation to pay their pension some attention.
Not sure how much you should be saving or how much you’ll need?
You’re not the only one. Explore our retirement rules of thumb to help you discover more about retirement. Together they help you understand more about, and develop, your own ideas to manage your retirement journey. Even if it feels like a long way away, you’re hopefully going to be retired for a long time. So it’s important to make sure you have a comfortable income so you can enjoy it.
Discover our retirement savings guidelines.
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