Michael R. Markey

Pension Tracing Service Offers Quick Solutions for Finding Lost and Unclaimed Pensions

 

West Point, MS -- (ReleaseWire) -- 02/26/2014 -- There are few things more frustrating than losing a pension especially when you are planning for retirement. Given the fact that tracking can be an expensive process, the Pension Tracing Service was established so that you can find it again at no cost.

The tracing service offered by this company is free and doesn’t come with any obligations. Using their sophisticated methods, the company can trace pensions in the UK that have been lost due to changing employment, relocation, the individual has passed away and so on. In addition to these services, they will also conduct a pension review once it has been found and explain to you what happened.

Their investigation and tracing process will also include your personal pension statement covering details such as your pension’s worth, where the plan has been invested and how much you will get upon retirement. What this means is if you are unsure of the worth of your pension or what you need to do, their advisers will tell you what to do. According to the company their goal is not just to find pensions but provide guidance as well.

Unlike the services provided by other companies, the tracing service is very quick and consists of just a few steps. If you are looking for your serps pension and want to use this service, you just need to fill up an online form and then their team will get in touch you and explain what has to be done. Next, they will send the documentation and after affixing your signature the tracing process will begin.

About PensionTracing Service
This company was established to help track your UK pensions and understand how much pension you really have. Using their free service you’ll be able to find your pension quickly and in the most efficient manner possible. For more information please go to http://pension-tracing-service-uk.co.uk/.

Contact:
Michael R. Markey
3005 Mcwhorter Road
West Point, MS 39773