'Bear your pension in mind', campaign urges

‘More important than ever’

Martin Richmond
clock • 3 min read

People should actively engage with their pension and should not let the cost-of-living crisis deter them from thinking about their savings, according to the ‘Pay Your Pensions Some Attention’ campaign.

The campaign, launched yesterday (8 September) by the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) and the Association of British Insurers (ABI), aims to encourage people to be aware of their pensions and how to keep track of them. The campaign has received the backing of the UK's major providers and will be sponsored by: Aegon, Aviva, Cushon, Fidelity, Legal & General, Nest, Now Pensions, Pru, Royal London, Scottish Widows, Smart Pension, Standard Life and The People's Pension. The campaign, which kicks off a new pensions awareness season period in the UK, called Pension Attentio...

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