Can you trust our partners?
We partner with registered FCA and HMRC registered companies so you can be confident our comparisons include the most up to date information and give you the best possible deals.
We screen every company we list to make sure they meet our standards so you can trust they are legit. We’re not able to recommend their products, or guarantee the standard of the service they offer, and we also cannot take responsibility for the information shown on their websites – sorry.
Can you give me advice?
No, but we partner with qualified (and in many cases award-winning) brokers who can help to find deals to meet your needs and will walk you through the process from start to finish.
If you are still unsure about what to do after using our comparisons, it is a good idea to get independent financial advice from a qualified professional.
How do you make money?
Comparison sites and introducers make money when you take out a new product or service through a company they feature after visiting their site or make an enquiry with them.
It doesn’t cost you anything extra, our comparisons are free for you to use and you get the same or a better deal than going direct.
Will you sell my data?
No, we don’t sell your personal information, in fact, you can use our site without giving it to us. If you do share your details with us, we promise to keep them safe and only introduce you to the company providing the service you are interested in.
This site is for the use of UK residents only. Information provided for general purposes only. In accordance with the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, Pension Control does not provide any financial or pension advice of any kind. Our website is completely free for you to use but we may receive a commission from some of the companies we feature.
Pension Control an introducer to several company products and services. 25% tax-free lump sum is only available to those aged 55 and over. Pension release is not a loan and as such there are no repayments or annual interest charges. Taking pension cash early will almost certainly reduce your pension income at retirement date, and is only suitable for a limited number of people. Investment values can go down as well as up. Past performance is no indication of future performance. We advise you seek independent financial advice before making any decisions that affect your financial future.