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    What to do with an old CIS Personal Pension policy
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    • 11th Jul 17, 5:40 PM
    What to do with an old CIS Personal Pension policy 11th Jul 17 at 5:40 PM
    Part of the joy of turning 55 is my now obsession about pensions and have found out how little I know. I have just received my first statement ( due to change of address remarriage) of a CIS pension taken out in March 1993. Ive never paid in to it and there's a guaranteed cash sum in 2022 of £3028 and a guaranteed minimum fund of £3827 . It says I could get a guaranteed pe nation of £141 per year . My question is should I start paying in to this and would this increase the guarantees?
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