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Royal Mail Pensionplan/Defined Contribution Plan:Websites : Updated 08/2018

26 Nov 2009, 22:51

Please note the advise given in this forum is unofficial,please use the links below for a more detailed response or see an independent financial adviser.

Royal Mail Statutory Pension Scheme (RMSPS)
https://www.royalmailsps.co.uk/

Welcome to the Royal Mail Pension Plan internet site, which we have designed to help you understand your benefits and the options you have as a member, and to find out more about the important subject of planning your financial future...

http://www.royalmailpensionplan.co.uk

Who is this site for?

This site is for all members of the Royal Mail Pension Plan or RMPP, whether you are an active (employee) member, a retired (pensioner) member, a deferred member (i.e. someone who has ceased contributing to the Plan but not yet retired) or other beneficiary of the Plan (i.e. someone receiving benefits because a former member has died)

Who manages this site?

This site is owned by and operated by Royal Mail Pensions Trustees Limited (RMPTL), the company whose directors are trustees of the Plan. It is not the responsibility of Royal Mail Group and all content and information expressed in this site is provided by RMPTL and its professional advisers.

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Welcome to the Royal Mail Defined Contribution Plan (the Plan)

https://rmdcp.uk/

To help to provide you with a secure retirement, you need to consider ways of building for your future and think about saving sooner rather than later. You can use this site to find out more about the Plan

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If you want to find out how much your Bonusplan or Flexiplan AVC's are worth see here:

http://www.zurichcorporatepensions.co.uk/asp/zwhome.asp

You will need your user number and password available which should have been sent to you in October 2010.

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Royal Mail Group Life Assurance Scheme

You will be covered for a life assurance benefit under the Royal Mail Group Life Assurance Scheme("the Group Life Assurance Scheme") if:
You are under age 75;
You are in service with Royal Mail Group.
You are not a member of another Royal Mail Group pension arrangement.

http://www.royalmailgroup.com/careers/o ... nce-scheme

RobertT wrote:The new link for RM AVC's now administered by Scottish Widows:
https://money4life.scottishwidows.co.uk/employee/#/

The new link for the RM Defined Contribution Plan now also administered by Scottish Widows:
https://www.scottishwidows.co.uk/save/royalmaildcplan/

Re: Royal Mail Pensionplan:Website

26 Nov 2009, 22:55

Will it tell me why our pensions have been stolen? :hmmmm

Re: Royal Mail Pensionplan:Website

27 Nov 2009, 00:30

baldrick wrote:Will it tell me why our pensions have been stolen? :hmmmm

:no no :no no Not stolen ,your pension has been quantatively eased it sounds better :chuckle

Re: Royal Mail Pensionplan:Website

27 Nov 2009, 03:54

BELIAL wrote:
baldrick wrote:Will it tell me why our pensions have been stolen? :hmmmm

:no no :no no Not stolen ,your pension has been quantitatively eased it sounds better :chuckle


correction Quantitatively squeezed

Re: Royal Mail Pensionplan:Website

03 Jan 2010, 01:12

Tell Jane Newell obe we are not interested in her poxy newsletters and surveys.

Re: Royal Mail Pensionplan:Website

03 Jan 2010, 06:54

red666bear wrote:Tell Jane Newell obe we are not interested in her poxy newsletters and surveys.


AFAIK she does not use the site but nice use of the Royal "we".

Re: Royal Mail Pensionplan/Defined Contribution Plan:Website

12 Jan 2011, 18:28

Added link to the other plan in 1st post...
Royal Mail Defined Contribution Plan

Re: Royal Mail Pensionplan/Defined Contribution Plan:Website

22 Jan 2011, 17:12

If you want to find out how much your Bonusplan or Flexiplan AVC's are worth see here:

http://www.zurichcorporatepensions.co.uk/asp/zwhome.asp

You will need your user number and password available which should have been sent to you in October 2010.

Re: Royal Mail Pensionplan/Defined Contribution Plan:Website

11 Jun 2011, 18:36

DOES ANYONE KNOW WHEN THE PENSION ILLUSTRATIONS ARE DUE

Re: Royal Mail Pensionplan/Defined Contribution Plan:Website

11 Jun 2011, 18:43

fatboypaul wrote:DOES ANYONE KNOW WHEN THE PENSION ILLUSTRATIONS ARE DUE


AUGUST.

Sorry......august. :neutral:

Re: Royal Mail Pensionplan/Defined Contribution Plan:Website

13 May 2012, 21:52

I can't remember the Union balloting us to accept this inferior pension scheme.

Royal Mail Pensionplan/Defined Contribution Plan:Websites

06 Apr 2016, 15:02

Welcome to the Royal Mail Defined Contribution Plan (the Plan)

http://www.zurich.co.uk/royalmaildcplan ... uction.htm

To help to provide you with a secure retirement, you need to consider ways of building for your future and think about saving sooner rather than later. You can use this site to find out more about the Plan


Link doesn't work,what's the working one?

Royal Mail Pensionplan/Defined Contribution Plan:Websites

06 Apr 2016, 16:58

Updated with: Royal Mail Group Life Assurance Scheme

Royal Mail Pensionplan/Defined Contribution Plan:Websites

04 Mar 2017, 00:31

I joined Royal Mail in November 2007, and on my first day the induction manager told us not to join the Defined Benefit Scheme as we would lose our money, and told us to wait for the opening of the Defined Contribution Scheme - regrettably, I listened to him and am paying in to an absolutely useless scheme - is there anyway of getting back in to the older scheme as I got poor, negligent information from a Royal Mail manager?

Royal Mail Pensionplan/Defined Contribution Plan:Websites

04 Mar 2017, 11:19

thelittlesthobo wrote:I joined Royal Mail in November 2007, and on my first day the induction manager told us not to join the Defined Benefit Scheme as we would lose our money, and told us to wait for the opening of the Defined Contribution Scheme - regrettably, I listened to him and am paying in to an absolutely useless scheme - is there anyway of getting back in to the older scheme as I got poor, negligent information from a Royal Mail manager?

That was seriously bad advice but unless you have written proof that was said to you, then I would have thought you’d have no chance whatsoever of any recompense.

Give it a year or so and we’ll all be in a DC scheme anyway! :Boo hoo!

Royal Mail Pensionplan/Defined Contribution Plan:Websites

07 Mar 2017, 19:12

so you don't think they'll reach an agreement with this new pension proposal either then Robert?

Royal Mail Pensionplan/Defined Contribution Plan:Websites

07 Mar 2017, 19:27

daveyeff wrote:so you don't think they'll reach an agreement with this new pension proposal either then Robert?

The CWU proposal has got merits, but it’s the opposite to what RM want to implement, i.e RM want DC and the union are suggesting DB.
A DB scheme for all is an ideal, but personally I can’t see RM making a complete u-turn.

Royal Mail Pensionplan/Defined Contribution Plan:Websites

07 Mar 2017, 19:35

thelittlesthobo wrote:I joined Royal Mail in November 2007, and on my first day the induction manager told us not to join the Defined Benefit Scheme as we would lose our money, and told us to wait for the opening of the Defined Contribution Scheme - regrettably, I listened to him and am paying in to an absolutely useless scheme - is there anyway of getting back in to the older scheme as I got poor, negligent information from a Royal Mail manager?


Did others receive the same advice ? Can anyone corroborate your version of events ? Because that is not only the manager proferring financial advice (which they are not qualified to do), it is offering bad financial advice.
Almost tantamount to mis-selling.

I can offer you financial advice (though I wouldn't) because I'm just a random internet forum bloke - your line manager doing it is a completely different ball game.

Royal Mail Pensionplan/Defined Contribution Plan:Websites

09 Mar 2017, 18:23

If youve forgotten your log in details, where would I need to go to get it resent ?

Royal Mail Pensionplan/Defined Contribution Plan:Websites

09 Mar 2017, 19:22

NWpostie wrote:If youve forgotten your log in details, where would I need to go to get it resent ?

You could try the contact details here: https://www.myroyalmail.com/pensions/ro ... ution-plan

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