Check the value of your pension

In this section you can:

Review your pension statement - your provider should send you this once a year.

You can also transfer multiple pension pots into one.

Learn how you can find a lost pension.

See if you have one or more pension pots by looking at your statement or wake up pack.

First things to do

If you’re unsure how much you’ve got in your pension pot, or how many pots you’ve paid into, there are different ways to find out.

Look at your ‘wake-up’ pack - you get this from your pension provider between 4 and 6 months before your agreed pension age (selected retirement age) which is usually between 60 and 65.

Look at your pension statement - your provider should send you this once a year.

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Things you should Know

How you take the money from your pension pot depends on how much other income you have. Add up all your income. Use the State Pension calculator for a quick estimate, or apply for a State Pension statement from the Pension Service.

The value of your pension(s)

If you’re less than 4 months away from your pension age and haven’t yet received a wake-up pack you should contact your pension provider. You may have paid into more than one pension pot. You’ll need to contact each provider to find out the value of each one.

Combine your pension pots

You can combine multiple pension pots into one by transferring your pension. You might save on administration charges but there could be fees and you could lose certain arrangements you have with your current provider. You may wish to get financial advice before doing this.

The Value of your pension(s)

If you’re less than 4 months away from your pension age and haven’t yet received a wake-up pack you should contact your pension provider. You may have paid into more than one pension pot. You’ll need to contact each provider to find out the value of each one.