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19 April 2021
PENSION REMEDY WEBINARS – Police Money Matters – 26th & 27th April
Whilst the Pension Remedy offer from the Government is yet to be fully ‘nailed down’ we felt it important to offer up the opportunity of listening to a pension expert from ‘Police Money Matters’ talk about how the proposed remedy will impact on all officers who originally joined the 1987 or 2006 pension schemes. You may have your own Financial Adviser, or want to approach an IFA, however, if this is not the case, we have made arrangements for our members with Police Money Matters (PMM), for two webinars next week Monday 26th and Tuesday 27th April, both at 12:30. You can register now with PMM, at www.policemoneymatters.com. Find out more here
I apologise for the short notice and I hope that we will be able to arrange some further dates. I have listened to the presentation myself and it is definitely a worthwhile use of your time explaining some really important issues, particularly with respect to the age at which the new pension can be accessed.
Andy Berry – Chair D&C Police Federation.
The official blurb from Police Money Matters is as follows:
Following the age discrimination decision associated with the police pension reforms of 2012 and the proposed remedy currently under consultation, many serving Police Officers do not know where they stand or who to speak to regarding their police pension. At Police Money Matters we specialise in providing retirement planning advice regarding the three police pension schemes that exist today. Whether you are a member of the 1987, 2006, or 2015 (CARE) Scheme we are here to assist you with your retirement planning. For any officer thinking of retiring in the next three years, receiving up to date retirement advice will become more important than ever.
Police Money Matters is a trading style of Campbell Financial Management, an Appointed Representative of and represents only St. James’s Place Wealth Management plc (which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority) for the purpose of advising solely on the Group’s wealth management products and services, more details of which are set out on the Group’s website www.sjp.co.uk/products.