You may think you have plenty of time before you will need to use your Retirement Account..... But
don’t leave it to the last minute — start now with an active plan!
Check out our summary leaflet on the questions to be considering now and the accompanying Jargon Buster.
You will find lots of useful information about the scheme, the investments and your own personal details on the Member website link.
If you haven’t already done so register on the site today using your unique Membership Number advised to you by AON
If you are having issues registering for the website, first have a look at the registration video guide on this page to see if it helps https://www.myfutureme.ie/resources/videos/
We also have a generic FAQ web page here which might be of assistance
Your Aon Team
About the AON Pension Scheme:
Boston Scientific offers a Group Personal Pension Plan with AON. Retirement benefits are voluntary if under 25 and for employees over 25 it is compulsorily. AON write to all newly eligible employees explaining how and where to join through website. AON provides an annual benefits statement and you can also find your details online.
To join the plan you must pay a minimum of 1% of your salary, you can pay additional voluntary contributions on top of this, BSC will double your contributions up to certain limits. Please refer to the My Contributions page on your AON account to find out how much the company matches.
Set up my Pension account:
You can access the Boston Scientific AON Pension Portal at this link. If it is your first time visiting the Portal and you are trying to set up an account please follow the steps set out in this Registration Guide. If you have not received your Membership Number, or misplaced it, or have any questions about using the site please get in touch with the AON team on: 1850 80 42 57 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
After you have registered you can then follow the Self-Enrolment Guide to finish enrolling into the pension scheme.
Change my Pension Contributions (AVC’s) and/or Investment Mix:
You can now alter both Contributions and Investment Mix throughout the year at any time. Members can change their Contribution levels and/or change the Investment Mix of their Retirement Savings Account by Accessing their AON Pension account by clicking on the following link or typing it into your browser www.mybostonscientificpension.ie and using the below guides:
Understand what services are available through the Pension Portal:
You can use the portal to access scheme information including the member booklet and investment guide, change investments and contribution rates, request your benefit statement, change personal details and review retirement options and much more. To find out all the services available to you click on this link to view the portal guide.
Retire/view my retirement options:
Normal retirement age is from your 65th birthday and the scheme offers early retirement option from 50 onwards. To find out more about your retirement options follow this link to log onto your AON account. Go to the My Pension Planner under My Pension section to help you calculate how much you may need to invest to retire. You can also use the AON Pension Planner Guide and My Future Me site as resources to help you plan.
Please see the Group Life Assurance page under the 'My Life' heading at the top of this page for more details.
Watch our Empower Your Retirement videos:
Use this link to watch AON’s Empower YOUR retirement videos