Combined Pension Statements guide

A guide explaining what Combined Pension Statements are, how they can benefit pension scheme members and how to provide them.

This publication was withdrawn on

We’ve withdrawn this guidance because the Combined Pension Statements scheme is closed for new applications. The scheme ends in March 2016.


Combined Pension Statements: a guide for employers, pension providers, trustees and third party administrators

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The Combined Pension Statement is a voluntary service that lets you combine information about State Pension and workplace or personal pensions in a single statement.

This guide is for:

  • employers
  • pension providers, for example a company that provides a personal or stakeholder pension scheme
  • trustees or administrators of pension schemes
  • agents for a pension provider

It explains what Combined Pension Statements are, how they can benefit your scheme members and what you have to do to provide them.

Published 9 May 2014