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You should consider the charges and benefits before transferring your pension to Moneybox, and whether the risk and reward profile of the investments offered matches your needs. As with all investing, the value of your pension can go up and down, and you may get back less than you invest.
Transfer your lost pension pots into one easy-to-use Personal Pension. Our team of Pension Detectives and range of tools help you track down lost pots – even if you don’t know the name of your old provider or policy number.
Set up a weekly deposit, switch on a monthly payday boost or make one-off deposits whenever you like. You can even round up your daily purchases to the nearest pound and save for retirement on the go.
Save towards your retirement and get free money from the government as a 25% top up in your Moneybox Pension. Find out more about pension tax relief.
Track the performance of your pension investments at any time and see your pension alongside your other Moneybox accounts – all in our award-winning app.
Struggling to find your old pensions? It’s easy to track down your lost pots with our Provider Search tool and team of Pension Detectives.
Our team is also on hand to help with your pensions transfer from start to finish.
How does the Moneybox Pension work?
This fund invests in a range of companies from across the developed global stock market, but considers environmental, social and governance factors based on the MSCI World ESG Index. These factors include things like how companies respond to climate change, treat their workers and manage their supply chains.Fund information
These funds invest your money differently as you go through life, moving from higher growth assets such as shares and property through to safer investments such as bonds as you get older. Your money is invested by an experienced team at BlackRock, the world’s largest money manager.Fund information
This fund offers low cost, diversified exposure to the developed global stock market. It invests in more than 1,600 companies across 23 countries. You probably interact with many of these companies every day; like Amazon, Facebook and Netflix. With your risk spread globally, you haven’t got all your eggs in one basket.Fund information
With an investment process that's been approved by an independent Shariah committee, this fund excludes industries such as alcohol, gambling, tobacco, military equipment or weapons and any products containing pork. You'll invest globally into shares across a range of sectors such as Technology and Healthcare. Please note that this fund is domiciled in Luxembourg and is not covered by the UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).Fund information
We believe in being fair and transparent, so we've set out the fees you'll pay for our Personal Pension in the table below.
These fees cover all trading and transaction costs.
Balances up to £100,000 0.45%
Balances over £100,000 0.15%
Charged directly by fund providers
Read our pensions articles explaining how the Moneybox Pension works, how we can help find lost pensions and how to open a brand new personal pension with Moneybox.
If you have any questions, please chat to us in the app or email us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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You should consider the charges and benefits before transferring your pension to Moneybox, and whether the risk and reward profile of the investments offered matches your needs.
We can’t accept transfers if your provider will charge you to leave, or where you might lose guaranteed benefits.
We do not currently offer drawdown products for the Moneybox Pension.
As with all investing, the value of your pension can go up and down, and you may get back less than you invest.
All investing should be regarded as longer term. The value of your investments can go up and down, and you may get back less than you invest.