The State Pension is Changing

The State Pension Explained

The state pension is changing. Click here for a quick overview from the government. Inevitably, people want to know what the changes are and, more importantly, what their state pension will be when they reach state pension age. So, if you are under state pension age, we would encourage you to obtain an estimate of your state pension, which you can do by clicking here .

When you get an estimate of your state pension, the best thing to do is look at another useful document from HMRC, which will help you to understand what it all means. This document can be used by all people aged under the state pension age.

Further State Pension explanations for men born on or before the 5th April 1951 and women 5th April 1953 and those born after that date.

There are two further useful publications from HMRC which further explain things.

Firstly, click here  if you are a man and born on or before 5th April 1951 or a woman and born on or before 5th April 1953.

Secondly, click here: if you are a man and born on or after 6th April 1951 or a woman and born on or after 6th April 1953.

There is also a very useful glossary of terms relating to the new state pension, which you can find by clicking here.

We can help you understand the new state pension

Inevitably, the new state pension has brought in a lot of new rules and regulations which can seem difficult and confusing. At Pensions Management Limited we’re here to help, so please do contact us or call us on 0121 693 0690 for advice on pensions in general and in particular on the new state pension.


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