About Who We Are And Our Service
Our pension tracing service is all about YOU and your pensions. We know that your time is precious and because of this, we are here to focus on tracing your lost pensions with as minimal input from you as possible.
The value of pensions can fall as well as rise. You may get back less than you invested.
Our pension tracing service is here to help you locate or trace any pensions that you may have lost or misplaced. We operate a simple 5 step process that we feel takes the frustration out of doing this yourself. Not only do we locate your pension and give you the information, one of our highly trained financial adviser’s will also conduct a free initial review and explain your pension/s in detail in a way that you will understand.
Pension-Tracing-Service-UK.co.uk is a trading style Beals Mortgage & Financial Services who is an appointed representative of Intrinsic Financial Planning Limited & Intrinsic Mortgage Planning Ltd. Pension-Tracing-Service-UK.co.uk are specialists in financial advice and have been trading for over 6 years with a nationwide network of qualified financial advisers offering phone based or face to face appointments with a combined experience of 21 years in the financial services industry.
The guidance and/or advice contained within this website is subject to the UK regulatory regime, and is therefore targeted at consumers based in the UK.
This website describes our Pension Tracing Service. We are not affiliated with the Government’s Pension Tracing Service and if you have come to our site by mistake you can find the UK Government’s Pension tracing service at https://www.gov.uk/find-pension-contact-details
Why Choose Us?
- Our pension tracing service is FREE and has no obligations
- Our dedicated pension tracing team are readily available to help with your questions or concerns by phone, email or live chat
- We take the hassle out of tracing your pensions yourself
Have a Lost Pension?
On average, people have 11 jobs during their working life and can easily forget where and how much they’ve contributed to a past pension, or have lost details about their scheme.
There is an estimated £400 million in unclaimed pensions, and demand for tracing pensions is growing.