What is the Pensions Advisory Service?

The Pensions Advisory Service is a non-departmental public body that provides free information and guidance on pensions. You can find pension information on their website, write to them, or speak to a pensions adviser by phone or web chat.

The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS) can give you free, impartial pensions advice. They can give you information about the state pension and help with private pensions and workplace pensions too.

The Pensions Advisory Service can try to solve problems that people have with their pensions. They also consult with the government and the pensions industry to help develop future pensions policy.

The Pensions Advisory Service has in-house pension experts and a nationwide network of volunteers. If you need help with pensions, the first port of call is the website, and from there you can find out how to speak to an expert.

It’s important to note that the Pensions Advisory Service does not give regulated advice, so depending on the type of help you need, they may point you in the direction of an Independent Financial Adviser (IFA) instead.

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Last edited: 08-03-2017

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