Teachers Assurance to run 150 complimentary retirement planning seminars in 2015

Teachers Assurance, provider of savings, investments and insurance, has organised their largest programme of financial planning retirement seminars to date, with over 150 complimentary events taking place across England and Wales in 2015.

Part of the organisation’s Financial Education Programme, the seminars provide teachers with the relevant facts they need to plan for a comfortable retirement. The sessions, which began in January, are aimed at teachers approaching retirement, within six months of retiring or teachers taking their first steps into retirement. A dedicated team of Business Development Officers working for Teachers Assurance travel the country to provide this no-charge service during both term-time and school holidays.

Each retirement planning seminar is led by the needs of the teachers who attend and covers subjects that are appropriate to where they are in their careers. Teachers are also guided though the Teachers’ Pension Scheme reforms, which take effect from 1st April, so they can leave the seminar with knowledge of the changes taking place and the options available to them. As a result, teachers can make their own decisions about their financial futures with peace of mind and confidence.

Laura Bentham, Events Team Leader at Teachers Assurance, comments on the company’s extensive 2015 seminar programme: “Our experience, gained over 137 years of providing financial planning support to the teaching profession, tells us that many teachers have a lot of questions as they near retirement. Our aim is to demystify teachers’ pension arrangements and the upcoming pension scheme reforms have made this more vital than ever. We have had huge interest from teachers wanting to attend this year’s programme of events and have had to arrange additional seminars to cope with the demand.”

To find out more about the Teachers Assurance Financial Education Programme, or to book a place on an upcoming seminar, visit their retirement planning page www.teachersassurance.co.uk/services/financial-education/teachers-retirement-seminars .

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About Teachers Assurance

  • Teachers Assurance manages circa £1 billion on behalf of its Members and customers
  • Teachers Assurance was set up in 1877
  • Teachers Assurance does not offer financial advice
  • Originally set up to support teachers and their families, today the company offers a range of savings, investments and insurance products for individuals and families across the UK

For further information:

Laura Bentham, PR Team Leader

01202 435 112

lbentham@teachersassurance.co.uk

teachersassurance.co.uk/press

Teachers Assurance is a trading name of Teachers Provident Society Limited (TPS), an incorporated friendly society No. 372F.  Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Prudential Regulation Authority, entered on the Financial Services register no. 110009.  Registered in England and Wales.  Registered Office: Tringham House, Deansleigh Road, Bournemouth, BH7 7DT. 2090214.

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Understanding our customers’ financial needs is our business. When life is too busy and stressful to look beyond the here and now, Teachers Assurance helps customers to think ahead to what they could make from their money. It is our aim to help our customers think ahead, make plans and start saving regularly now for a brighter financial future. By listening to our customers and responding to their needs, we have created a range of tailor made savings, investments and insurance plans for individuals and their families.

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Teachers Assurance has organised their largest programme of financial planning retirement seminars to date, with over 150 complimentary events taking place across England and Wales in 2015.
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Our experience, gained over 137 years of providing financial planning support to the teaching profession, tells us that many teachers have a lot of questions as they near retirement.
Laura Bentham, Events Team Leader at Teachers Assurance
Our aim is to demystify teachers’ pension arrangements and the upcoming pension scheme reforms have made this more vital than ever.
Laura Bentham, Events Team Leader at Teachers Assurance
We have had huge interest from teachers wanting to attend this year’s programme of events and have had to arrange additional seminars to cope with the demand
Laura Bentham, Events Team Leader at Teachers Assurance