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NHS Pension Transfer Claims

While some doctors and nurses may argue that NHS pensions aren’t what they used to be, they are still better than many other occupational pension schemes, and certainly feature a lot of valuable benefits that don’t feature in most private pensions.

Why are they so valuable? Firstly, as they are often a final salary or average salary scheme, or other form of defined benefit pension, which guarantees an income in retirement, unlike private pensions which are at the mercy of the markets.

They also promise to payout right the way through retirement until death, unlike most private pensions which may run out overtime, leaving you short on cash later on.

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Why do people transfer NHS pensions?

Usually, its because a financial adviser has told them its a good idea, tempting them with potentially improved access to tax-free cash from their pension, or with the promise of more money in retirement.

Back in 2017, the financial watchdogs at the FCA said that less than 50% of the transfers they examined were considered “suitable” for the pension holder, meaning that 1in2 people who transferred their pension may have been mis-sold, and may be worse off in retirement for having transferred their pensions.

Is your NHS pension transfer going to leave you worse off in retirement?

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If you transferred your NHS Pension, you may be able to claim. Speak with a specialist for free to discuss your options.

Get Claims Advice are a claims management company. You can do the claim yourself directly to the adviser or pension company for no charge. You can also approach the Financial Ombudsman Service and Financial Services Compensation Scheme for free if you wish for them to review your case, providing you have approached the adviser or pension provider first, and it falls within their remit.

Did you transfer your NHS pension?

If so, you could have given up irreplaceable benefits, and even if your pension pot seems to get growing nicely, you could still be losing out by thousands of pounds when it comes to retirement due to the comparative uncertainty of alternative pension schemes, and the life-long payments your NHS pension would have paid out.

But you may be able to make a claim.

Contact Get Claims Advice for a FREE Initial Assessment – a chance for you to speak with an experienced claims specialist who can let you know if it looks like you’ve got a claim to be made.

After that, the choice is yours – you can take the claim on yourself, or use the manpower, knowledge, experience and strategy on offer from Get Claims Advice with no upfront costs!

Please note: you have an initial cooling off period of 14 days, if you cancel outside of this period you may be charged for the work carried out and if we have already submitted your claim, which results in an offer of compensation subsequently being made, we will charge our full fee as per our T&Cs – our fee is 20% + VAT – a total of 24%. 

Can you claim for a mis-sold final salary pension transfer?

If you’ve transferred an NHS Final Salary pension, then you may have lost money in the long run, may have been mis-sold, and may be able to make a claim.

Get Claims Advice Ltd offer a FREE initial assessment to test your case for signs of pension mis-selling, to see if you can make a claim.

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What makes a pension transfer mis-sold?

Moving a final salary or other defined benefit pension is rarely advisable, except in certain situations. While moving your pension may earn your adviser big fees and commissions, you may lose more than you hoped:

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