While the subject of ‘pensions’ becomes more interesting as an individual nears retirement, it is never too early to fully understand how the State Pension will affect you in the future.
On 6 April 2016, the current State Pension scheme will be replaced. This means people will be able to know from a much younger age how much State Pension they’re likely to get. It will enable them to plan better for their retirement. Any eligible person who reaches State Pension age on or after 6 April 2016 will receive the new State Pension.
This toolkit contains information to help people understand the State Pension.
These slides are intended to help stakeholders explain the April 2016 State Pension changes.
These questions and answers are intended to help stakeholders explain the April 2016 State Pension changes.