Almost five million people are self-employed in the UK*. More will follow in the next decade. That's a lot of people without the support systems typically offered by employers, a lot of people with important decisions to make about their financial future. We have some suggestions that could help...
Employers are there to help employees. But if you’ve swapped ‘lifer at a FTSE100 company’ for ‘freelancer’ status, you’ll need to make your own financial arrangements. We can help those people. Our personal pension grants you the flexibility to choose your investment style and top up whenever you like. Our qualified financial advisors can quantify your goals with a tailored plan. Because going solo should give you more power over your financial future. Not less.
If you work for yourself, a self-employed pension will make your money work for you.
We spoke to Abel, a research project manager, who after 22 years working as an employee has decided to go it alone.
We answer your most commonly asked questions about financial planning for the self-employed.
If you’ve set yourself up with a limited company, you can make employer contributions to your pension directly from your company in a way that’s very tax-efficient. Here’s how.
In a few easy steps our pension contribution calculator will help you work out what you need to contribute to your personal pension. With investment, your capital is at risk. Pension rules apply.
Easy steps you can take to maximise financial wellbeing in your later years.
Thanks to a government incentive, a pension is nearly always an intelligent part or retirement planning.
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Our experienced team doesn’t chase hot stocks or market fads. Instead, we choose sensible strategies suited for the long-term.
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Pensions made simple, with Nutmeg. With investment, your capital is at risk. Pension rules apply.
*Source: Office for National Statistics, Labour market economic commentary: May 2019
Our team of specialists can help answer any questions you may have.