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    Welcome to the BT Retirement Saving Scheme (BTRSS)

    BT are committed to helping you save for a better retirement.

    Find out more

    BTRSS Presentations

    We recorded a series of 30-minute presentations focussing on key topics in relation to your plan. Watch by clicking the links below;

    How your BTRSS works

    Investments explained

    Retirement options

    Getting online and using the tools

    Manage your money on the go

    Wouldn't it be nice to instantly view your BT Retirement Saving Scheme (BTRSS) pension just as easily as your online banking? Well now you can with the Standard Life UK app.

    Click here to download it now

    Coronavirus update

    Keep up to date with the latest information on Coronavirus and your pension.

    Find out more

    Getting startedJoining the BTRSS

    Most people will be automatically joined to the BTRSS Group Flexible Retirement Plan provided by Standard Life Assurance Limited. Even if you’re not, you may still be able to join if you want to.

    Read our new joiner checklist for tips to consider and help manage your plan. You can watch the lastest recorded webinar for new joiners here or register for the next live webinar here.

    Take control of your futureAlready in the BTRSS?

    If you want life after work to be on your terms, you can't just leave it to chance. It’s easy to take control of your pension and we’ve got the tools and information to help you.

    Your payment choicesHow much should you pay?

    You'll have to pay in a minimum amount every month, but you should consider whether this is enough.

    Our payments calculator lets you try different payment options so you can see how much extra money you could get.


    Login to online servicing

    Check your pension value, investments and more, easily and securely online.

    Log in to online servicing

    Common questions

    Wherever you are in your retirement savings journey, this is where you can find out more about the the BTRSS.



    Your pension is normally a long term investment and you usually can't withdraw money until the age of 55 (may be subject to change). As with any investment, the value can go down as well as up and may be worth less than what was paid in.