Face-to-face Pension Wise guidance sessions will be available at over 500 locations across England and Wales, Citizens Advice says.
In January the organisation announced the first 44 delivery centres and has now added an extra six, including Southwark, Brent, Waltham Forest, Chelmsford, Wigan and Kirklees.
Savers at and approaching retirement will be able to use the service free of charge to help them avoid the most costly mistakes when deciding how to access their pensions.
Following the initial announcement, commentators warned the service did not cover enough of the country. However, the 50 delivery centres will co-ordinate Pension Wise sessions at outreach centres nearer to where users live, taking the total number of locations offering the service to over 500.
Citizens Advice chief executive Gillian Guy says: “Pension Wise is the starting point in helping people to take control of their finances for retirement. Face-to-face guidance will enable people to understand their pension options and how they relate to their own situation, so they can make informed choices.
“The size of the Citizens Advice network means that we can be flexible and respond to demand by providing support in the nearest available locations, giving easy access to Pension Wise.”
Each delivery centre will have between three and seven staff, depending on the demand in the area.
Citizens Advice is run by separate organisations in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Citizens Advice Scotland has confirmed savers will be able to access Pension Wise at over 200 existing outreach locations. Home visits will also be used in remote areas.
The Pensions Advisory Service is delivering Pension Wise over the phone, while the Treasury is running the official website.
Pension Wise is funded by an industry levy – set to cost advisers £4.2m in the first year – and a one-off £20m Government loan.