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Consolidating pensions moving from firm to firm

 
#1 Consolidating pensions moving from firm to firm
26/04/2012 21:55

nbomb

Hi,

I'm new into mgt consulting, (I'm joining Capgemini consulting from industry in sept). I realise most consultants move from firm to firm a number of times throughout their careers, and I just wanted a brief idea of whether you've kept small pension pots at lots of different companies or have consolidated as you go?

I realise this is a pretty dry subject - and I'm not after any definitive answers or pension advice - just curious to learn from your individual experiences as it is a choice I'm facing shortly!

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#2 RE: Consolidating pensions moving from firm to firm
27/04/2012 00:03

andrea888 to nbomb (#1)

I'm a contractor so I've my personal pension and taxfree savings.

If you're an employee, you're likely to stay a couple of years and will enjoy company pension as well so that's a different scenario. I'd consolidate if I were in that situation just out of convenience.

There even are switching bonuses with some providers. But it's a matter of what the "existing" and "new" pension scheme would offer.

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