A statement from Pension Awareness

As a mark of respect following the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, we have postponed the Pension Awareness live shows and activity due to take place from Monday 12th September to Friday 16th September.

After consideration of today’s confirmation of the mourning period, the week of live shows will now take place from Monday 31st October until Friday 4th November 2022.

This change will not affect the order of the timetable, or any bookings you might have made. To mitigate the impact of the rearrangement and any inconvenience it may cause, we have automatically shifted all booking registrations for our Pension Awareness live shows to the week commencing the 31st October.

That means, for instance, that if you had booked on to the session ‘How much pension do I need?’ – originally scheduled to air on Monday 12th September at 12:30pm – you will now automatically be registered to attend the rearranged slot on Monday 31st October at the same time.

If, for any reason, you cannot make the rearranged event, please don’t worry. There is no need to cancel your booking. There are no further steps you need to take.

If you find that you have other availability, you can still make bookings for the new dates by following this link. There, you’ll be able to check timings for other live shows and book onto them.

Remember that you can also catch up with events that you can’t attend. After they’ve aired, you’ll find uploaded recordings within the Pension videos section of the site. These will remain on the website, so you can catch up at any time.

Thank you for your understanding - The Pension Awareness team.

Pension Awareness Live is supported by Money Helper.

If you would like a web chat to talk about pensions, you can go to the Money Helper website by clicking the link below:

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General Enquiries: 0800 011 3797*
Outside UK: 0800 011 3797
Self Employed: 0800 011 3797

Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm
Sundays: Closed
Bank Holidays: Closed

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If you would like a web chat to talk about pensions, you can go to the Money Helper website by clicking the link below:

www.moneyhelper.org.uk

* Calls are free. We're committed to providing you with a quality service, so calls may be recorded or monitored for training purposes and to help us develop our services.

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