Finding & transferring pensions
Our Finding and Transferring Pensions section outlines the basics of bringing your pensions together. Learn how to trace lost pensions and transfer them into one plan, or simply weigh up the pros and cons of combining your old pots.
Find out what to do if you’ve lost a pension and who you can contact for help. Learn how PensionBee can help you find and combine old pensions.
Discover what a pension finder is and how it can help you track down an old pension. Learn about PensionBee’s pension finder service.
If you’ve misplaced your paperwork or lost a pension, find out how you can track it down using the Pension Tracing Service or our pension finder.
Find out what The Pension Tracing Service is and how it can help you find a lost workplace or personal pension in a few easy steps.
Unsure what a pension number is? Learn where you can find it on your pension paperwork and who to contact for help.
Learn what you can do to better manage your old workplace pensions, as you move from job to job.
It’s usually possible to transfer a defined contribution pension overseas, but not all defined benefit pensions are eligible. In some cases you’ll need to seek advice from an independent adviser.
Discover how straightforward it is to transfer a pension and learn the benefits of having all of your pensions together in one place.
Find out the benefits of transferring your old pensions into one and the things you should consider, especially if you have a defined benefit pension.
If your pension transfer is taking longer than you expected, find out what might be causing the delay and learn what you can do to speed things up.
Find out what pension transfer charges can apply and discover the things you’ll need to consider before you transfer a pension.
Learn what a frozen pension is and the benefits of transferring all of your old dormant pensions into one pot for easier management and reduced fees.
A Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes, or 'QROPS', can in fact be transferred back to the UK.