Skip Header

Small steps to healthier savings

You might have some healthy savings habits, but is that enough to get you the future you want?

Our research Fidelity Global Sentiments Survey1 found that while 94% of workers say 'being financially comfortable in retirement' is a long-term financial goal, 45% don't feel confident they will be able to achieve it.

If you haven’t yet got round to thinking about your pension, or perhaps not saved as much as you had hoped, remember time could still be on your side. It’s never too late, or too early, to start building your pension savings.

Source: The Fidelity Global Sentiment Survey, 2022. Research was conducted between August and September and included a sample of 1,000 UK working adults. The data collection, research and analysis was completed in partnership with Opinium, a strategic insight agency.

With you every step of the way

Whether you've built a healthy savings pot already, or are just getting started, we've put together four simple steps you can take to help make the most of your pension.

Mid-career check

Keeping on top of your pension now is key to helping you live the retirement you want later.

Watch our video to find out the four things you could do today that could make a big difference tomorrow

Watch time: 6 mins

Get even more out of your workplace pension


Download our PlanViewer app

Convenient and secure. Discover the PlanViewer app today.


Check if you’re on track

Discover our retirement rules of thumb to see if you’re on track for the retirement you want.


Bring your pensions together

More than one pension? Bringing them together into one plan could make it easier to manage.

Read more articles

Invest in Yourself

We caught up with real people to find out how they balance the demands of today with the need to invest in their future selves.

Maximise your pension

There's still time to make a big difference to your pension savings. Find out what you can do today to get the most out of your pension.

Understanding debt

While we may read or see many scary stories in the media, in specific cases debt can be positive, and even useful.