Impact assessment

Long term State Pension sustainability: increasing the State Pension age to 67

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Long term State Pension sustainability: increasing the State Pension age to 67

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This Impact Assessment examines the fiscal costs and benefits of the following option against the baseline: Baseline: Men and women’s State Pension age increases from 66 to 67 between April 2034 and April 2036. Proposal: Increase men and women’s State Pension age from 66 to 67 between April 2026 and March 2028.

Published 18 January 2013