History of the state pension - 10 things you need to know about how it affects women
The state pension age is rising from 60 to 66 for women; whose decision was it and what’s the history of the state pension?
I get lots of emails from women who are furious about the rise in the state pension age to 66. Understandably, they want to know which government was responsible for it. In fact, it’s two different governments that introduced these rises. Read on to find out more - and about the state pension's history.
How to get a state pension statement - and understand it
A state pension statement will help you work out how much state pension you’ll get at retirement
If you want to find out how much state pension you may get, the best way to do this is to get a state pension statement. It will tell you how much state pension you have built up so far. But how do you get one?
Raising the state pension age to 66; when can you expect your state pension?
When will you get your state pension; a guide to whether you're affected by the state pension age rise.
When will you get your state pension? The chances are you may not know when you'll be entitled to get your state pension. The state pension age is currently rising from 60 to 66 for women (and from 65 to 66 for men). Women's state pension age started rising from 60 in April 2010 and will rise to 66 by October 2020. Find out when you'll get your state pension.