Calculate when you’ll reach State Pension age or Pension Credit qualifying age and how much you may get in today’s money for your basic State Pension.

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What you need to know:

This calculator gives an estimate of your basic State pension and information about the new State Pension if you reach State Pension age on or after 6 April 2016.

It doesn’t estimate any Additional State Pension.

You’ll be asked for the number of years you worked and paid National Insurance or got certain benefits. These are the years of your National Insurance contributions that count towards your State Pension.

Count tax years from 6 April to 5 April and don’t count any years twice (eg when you were working and getting benefits). Don’t count the current tax year.

This calculator uses a simplified calculation based on the current law. It can’t take into account every circumstance that might affect you. Don’t make future financial decisions based on its results.