Get Ready: it’s your money, it’s your future

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‘Get Ready’ is a free, interactive online learning tool to empower people to prepare for their financial future

The tool helps demonstrate the benefit of the company pension plan and prove to new and existing employees that their company wants to support their journey towards retirement.

Get Ready supports a company HR/pensions manager in answering questions on pensions and acts as a starting point to drive conversation about retirement planning in the workplace.

The Get Ready tool is interactive and engaging, consisting of six topic-based modules, which take around ten minutes each to complete.

Benefits to employees

  • Provides users with a basic pension education so they are more prepared to take the next step and make decisions about their personal retirement journey.
  • A trusted, objective source of information for employees in workplace pension schemes.
  • Enables individuals to select topics they need further information on based on their personal circumstances.

Further information

Read the Get Ready Q & A

How to Register

To register your organisation to use the Get Ready tool, complete the short registration form using the link below.

Register your organisation for Get Ready

If you have any questions about Get Ready, please call 0845 618 2353 or email

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 and NSAFS 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.