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Redundant workers offered free pension advice

 
Created on 17/11/2020 @ 06:42
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Workers made redundant in Newtown as a result of the Covid-19 situation and economically are being offered free advice about their pensions.

The Mayor of Newtown, Cllr David Selby, said the Newtown Network had worked with Citizens Advice Powys and Ponthafren to set up the pensions advice service.

"One of the sad consequences of the Laura Ashley redundancies and other job losses within the town is the increasing concern about pensions," he said.

"Many are worried about the future of their pensions and are finding the lack of impartial information worrying and stressful.
 
"I am delighted that there are free and expert services for those effected available now in Newtown.
 
"Working together with organisations forming the Newtown Network, Citizens Advice and Ponthafren are operating a free redundancy help line. This service can provide confidential advise on pensions and other money issues added to the mental and physical support that many need. Call 0333 996 1124 to book an appointment."

The Newtown based Citizens Advice service is also able to provide free and expert pension advice through its pension wise scheme.
 
Yasmin Bell, Chief Officer of Citizens Advice Powys in Newtown, said: "#TalkMoney week is a great time to get talking about your pension. 

"#PensionWise can help - get free, impartial guidance about your options by booking at: https://www.pensionwise.gov.uk/en. 91% of clients said the service helped them consider their options more thoroughly.

"This #TalkMoney week we’re encouraging you to get savvy about your pension. Book your free, impartial #PensionWise appointment to understand your options https://www.pensionwise.gov.uk/en (phone 0800 138 3944 )

"97% of clients have already recommended the service to others or say they would do so."
 
Cllr Selby added: "Please don’t put off resolving issues with your pensions, they may need action now.  Contact the services available, they are here to help you."
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