Public Sector Pensions - Including NHS, USS, TPS & LGPS
DGS has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to public sector pensions.
We understand the specific features of public sector pensions, so can provide you with information around the provision you already have, as well as giving you advice of how you could supplement this.
We can help you understand how the changes to public sector pensions may affect you, so that you feel confident that your retirement planning is in good order.
DGS have offices in London, Hertfordshire and the Midlands. We have a dedicated team of independent financial advisers (IFA) and chartered financial planners who can ensure you are receiving the right financial advice and the highest standard of service.
We also hold 'Chartered Financial Planner' status. To find out more about what that means for you, click here.
DGS have provided an excellent service to LSHTM staff. They have up to date knowledge of developments in the financial sector and their implications for personal finances. I have personally found their advice invaluable for financial planning and have appreciated their attention to detail and willingness to work through a range of options, together with their ability to discuss the pros and cons of various alternatives in an authoritative way.
Sir Andrew Haines - Former Director of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)
Work in the NHS?
We were chosen from a number of Chartered Financial Planners in Hertfordshire to join the NHS Staff Benefits Portal: www.staffbenefits.co.uk
Find DGS Chartered Financial Planners on this site by clicking here
Note: A pension is a long term investment. Your eventual income will depend on various factors, i.e. the size of your fund at retirement, future interest rates and tax legislation. The value of your investment and the income from it is not guaranteed. It can go down as well as up due to fluctuations in investment markets, and you may not get back the full amount invested. Levels and bases of, and reliefs from taxation are subject to change and their value depends on the individual circumstances of the investor.