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Helping you save for your future

Choose a pension with us and join the thousands of people we help every year to save and plan for their retirement.

We have a range of solutions to help you

  • A low cost SIPP to invest your pension savings

  • Expert guidance to help you invest your savings

  • A range of investment options

  • Fidelity's retirement specialists who can help you make the most of your retirement savings

What is a pension?

A pension is a long-term investment that gives you a way of getting an income when you retire.

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Start your pension now


A Fidelity Self-Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) is a tax-efficient, flexible way of building a pension fund that you control.

Round up your pensions into the Fidelity SIPP

Our pension transfer service can help you move your pension pots held with other providers to us, making them easier to manage.

Manage your Personal Pension

You can change the funds in your pension portfolio at any time, free of charge.

Retirement calculator

Take a look at how much you might need when you retire with our easy-to-use retirement calculator.

We’ll then help you figure out a way to achieve that.

Retirement calculator

Get your free Fidelity SIPP guide

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Build for the future by bringing your pensions together now

If you hold pensions with other providers, you can make your life easier and manage them all in one place by moving them over to a Fidelity SIPP.

As an added bonus we’ll pay you £100 to £1,000 cashback on the investments you move to us. Terms and conditions apply.

The value of investments can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invested. Fidelity Personal Investing does not give advice. Eligibility to invest into a pension depends on personal circumstances and all tax rules may change. You will not be able to withdraw money from a pension until you reach age 55.

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