The Big Question: when is the best time to start a pension?

Written by Simon Owens, Lead Financial Planner

18 January 2024

Our monthly video series delivers clear, jargon-free answers to our clients’ most pressing questions in just under three minutes.

In our first episode of The Big Question, we ask Simon Owens, Lead Financial Planner: when is the best time to start a pension?

According to Owens, yesterday was probably the best time to start a pension.

“In reality, there is never going to be the perfect time to commence.

“Realistically, you have to consider a number of pertinent questions: what stage of life are you at? Are you starting out in your career? Are you saving for a property? Do you have childcare costs,” he explains.

To find out more, watch The Big Question

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