Making the most of online saving with Aviva
G4S has chosen Aviva to help you make the most of your savings.
The Personal Pension Plan provides you with your own pension to save for your retirement. Your pension enables you to build up a pot of money that can be used when you retire. It gives you a tax-efficient way to invest, and you could benefit from a regular contribution from your employer.
When you think ahead to your retirement, it can feel like there’s a lot to consider - how much you can afford to save right now and the sort of income you might need when you retire. Whatever stage of pension planning you’re at, the sooner you start saving, the more likely you are to be able to enjoy the kind of retirement you want.
Pension contributions from your salary will be invested automatically in your pension. You can increase your contributions to reach your saving goals sooner - our retirement planning tools can help you see what impact making a change to your pension contributions now could have later in life.
It's important to remember that the money invested in your pension is invested in funds. This means your pension fund has the potential to grow over time. However, it also means the value of the fund could go down as well as up and may be worth less than the amount paid in.
You can find further information about the G4S Personal Pension Plan within the documents below. These documents may be updated – you can find the version date of the document on the bottom of the last page. If you require a previous version of a document, please get in touch.
Already a member?
You can manage your pension savings online, with tools to help you plan for the future.
You can register here for your account.
To register you will need your Plan Membership number. Your number and pension details will be included in the welcome letter from Aviva.
Tools and guidance
To help you with your retirement planning, we provide a range of planning tools and videos so you can think about the kind of income that your pension savings are likely to provide for you. You can look at the sort of pension pot you might have when you reach retirement and what impact making changes to your pension contributions could have.
Shape my Future
Can help give you an idea whether your potential retirement income will fund the lifestyle you want.
My Retirement Planner
In just a few minutes you can find out how much you could get when you retire.
Retirement Spending Calculator
Discover how much you might spend during your retirement compared to your current spending and what sort of income you'd need to cover your costs.
Starting to save for my future
View the video below to see how you can start saving now for the lifestyle you might like to have in the future .
Building my savings
View the video below to see how you can start planning for a brighter retirement today
Almost done saving
View the video below to see how you can maximise your enjoyment of retirement
If you have left any pension pots behind, you may find that your current company’s scheme offers lower charges which could mean more money in your company pension.
The Pension Tracing Service
It’s all too easy to lose track of a pension – especially if you’ve changed jobs a few times over the years. If you think you may have a forgotten pension, you can get help to find it.
Please read the scheme documents available on the documents page to learn more about where your money will be invested.
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