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05 Jun 21 #516891 by Irungu
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Dear all,

I am looking into a quote for pension valuation/actuarist?Rough estimate of fees for an NHS pension -final salary scheme and a UNICEF pension-withdrawal statement pension.Many thanks.

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Phylis Muhia

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07 Jun 21 #516901 by seeingawaythrough
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When I was getting quotes a few months back, fees varied from about £1,500 - £2,200 plus VAT for 8 pensions including 1 final salary.

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07 Jun 21 #516903 by Irungu
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Hello,

Thanks for this update.Could you please share details of the pension activist that you went through.I need a quote for 2 pensions and one final salary NHS pension.Just a quick query,how much disparity from CETV figures did you experience for the final salary pension?

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07 Jun 21 #516904 by seeingawaythrough
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Haven't received the report yet so I don't know if there will be much disparity - but yes I expect they will.
I will pm details of you the 3 I got quotes from.

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07 Jun 21 #516906 by Irungu
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Thanks so much,I await to hear from you.much appreciated.

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07 Jun 21 #516909 by Irungu
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Roughly how long is the process?

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07 Jun 21 #516910 by seeingawaythrough
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I think it can be quite lengthy. It depends to some extent how long it takes to get the CETVs from the pension providers, and how long they take to respond if the actuary needs to go back to them for more information.

It can take several months, I understand. I hope mine doesn't take much longer as if it does then our FDR will have to be postponed....

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