Research and analysis

New State Pension: impact on an individual’s pension entitlement – longer term effects

The report details the longer term effects the new State Pension will have on an individual’s pension entitlement.

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Impact of new State Pension (nSP) on an individual’s pension entitlement – longer term effects of nSP

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This report provides analysis on the effects of the new State Pension on an individual’s pension entitlement, including the impact on specific groups.

The analysis is consistent with the new State Pension start rate of £155.65 a week (announced in the 2015 Autumn Statement), latest economic assumptions and the 2014-based population projections.

The new State Pension was previously called the single-tier pension.

The single-tier pension: a simple foundation for saving – sets out the government’s plans for introducing the new State Pension

Single-tier pension impact analysis July 2014

New State Pension: impact on an individual’s pension entitlement during the first 15 years

Published 14 January 2016