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Santander Pensions

FREE Santander Pension Review

Santander pensions, currently available from Abbey which is part of Santander, offer a competitive way of saving for the future.

FREE Review of your Santander Pension
ProviderFREE Pension FindingService Features:More Info
yesPensionBee will find all your old pensions and combine them into a single, good-value, online plan. No jargon, no piles of paperwork and no surprise fees. Just a simple online pension that brings together all your retirement savings and puts you in control. As with all investments, capital is at risk. More Info >
Take Control Of Your Pension - Pension Transfer Options
ProviderSIPP NameSet Up FeeAnnual FeeFeaturesMore Info
FREETiered up to £100The AJ Bell Youinvest SIPP has over 4,000 funds and over 21 markets, investment trusts, tracker funds (ETFs) and stocks and shares to choose from.More Info >
FREE0.45% (max £200)Features; Choose from more than 2,500 funds, shares, investment trusts, gilts, corporate bonds, ETFs and cash. More Info >
FREEFrom 0.35% to 0.75% incl. VAT*In a nutshell we learn about you, choose investments for you and then, with your contributions, build and manage your pension portfolio on your behalf.More Info >
The value of investments and any return from them can fall as well as rise and you may not get back the full amount invested. Please ensure that you read the Important Risk Information below.

* There are also underlying investment charges, please see our fees page.

Santander Pension Review

If you have a Santander pension you may wish to review whether it is better to consolidate it into one plan. We work with Pensionbee who can combine your pensions into a new, online PensionBee plan. Their plans are managed by State Street and BlackRock, two of the biggest investment managers in the world. Your pension in one place, accessible online 24/7. See your balance, projected retirement income and make one-off or regular contributions. Their low fees mean it's likely to cost you less too.