Get Ready is a free, interactive online learning tool to empower people to prepare for their financial future
As individuals take on more responsibility for their life in retirement, it is vital for participants across the industry to provide tools and resources to help educate individuals about their pension options. Get Ready will complement the communication resources that you provide to clients by engaging users in a series of interactive learning modules.
Get Ready has been designed to help employees of workplace pension plans to understand their options so they are more prepared to engage in discussions with IFAs about their retirement journey. It will act as a trusted, objective source of information and has been designed to allow individuals to select topics of interest based on their personal circumstances and will guide users to the places that they can go for help or further information.
The tool will help to drive much needed discussions about pensions choices.
It's never too late or too early for people to think about their financial future.
View the demo video of Get Ready
Follow AXA IM
You can help by raising awareness of Get Ready and encouraging corporate clients to visit www.getready.net to register their interest in accessing this free, interactive online education tool
Get Ready was developed by the National Skills Academy for Financial Services (NSAFS) in partnership with AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM).
This tool is provided for information purposes only and should not be considered as advice or a recommendation. AXA Investment Managers shall not assume any liability for any act or omission made in reliance on the tool or the information contained therein. Investors are encouraged to seek financial advice where unsure. Applicable tax benefits and liabilities will depend on individual circumstances and may change in the future. Only basic tax information is provided, for more detailed information investors should obtain professional tax advice. The value of investments and the income from them may go down as well as up and investors may lose the full amount invested. Pension investments may not be accessed until at least 55 years of age in most circumstances.