UK State Pension
Your UK State Pension may be worth more than you think.
Treat your UK State Pension to a review
The UK’s Basic State Pension has undergone a few changes of late and if you have ever worked in the UK then you need to know about this and what it means for you. Despite negative press comment, the UK’s State Pension is not disappearing and whilst not a large sum in itself, it could be enough to make a difference to your standard of living upon retirement.
- Did you know that British expats can make voluntary contributions whilst living overseas?
- Do you know what entitlement you have built up so far?
- Do you know how to request a forecast of your personal entitlement?
- The age at which you will receive your State Pension depends on your gender. Do you know when you will receive it?
- How it is paid in retirement depends on where you are living. Find out how this fits in with your future plans.
Get prepared with our walk-through guide to the UK Government’s National Insurance Contribution website where you can review your personal NIC details.
Speak with one of our knowledgeable advisers to find out what you will receive at retirement and how to maximise your benefits.
Why Holborn Assets for pensions?
Expert local knowledge
Here at Holborn Assets, many of our IFAs offer up-to-the-minute knowledge of pensions in their native country; centring on the UK, South Africa and the USA. This is reassuring for clients with interests in the many countries covered by our international team. We provide offer pensions advice based on facts.
360° financial planning
Our aim is to provide truly holistic financial planning. With us, you can expect much more than the coordination of your pensions. Our holistic approach pulls in long-term tax planning, estate planning, insurance and investments planning and much more.
Life-long client service
As a central feature of retirement planning, pensions are an area where you will need support over the long term. Here at Holborn Assets, we are committed to supporting you and your family from cradle to grave. Our IFAs will only consider strategies that have your long-term financial health as the number one priority.
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History and Heritage
Holborn Assets was established in 1998 and is widely considered to be the financial services company of choice in the expatriate market it serves. No other independent company can match our expertise or depth of proposition. We have therefore always felt at home headquartered in Dubai, the world’s fastest growing City State and one of the economic wonders of the world.
Holborn Assets has regulated operations in the UK, Europe, Asia and South Africa and a global administration hub employing 150 people in Sri Lanka. The corporate DNA that has underpinned our growth is simple: we are passionate about helping people put the right money, in the right place, at the right time.
We are a friendly, family company with British values of integrity and respect for all.
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