Policy paper

The single-tier pension: Note on the cohort of women born between 6 April 1951 and 5 April 1953.

The single-tier pension: Note on the cohort of women born between 6 April 1951 and 5 April 1953

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Documents

The single-tier pension: Note on the cohort of women born between 6 April 1951 and 5 April 1953

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(For comparison only) Note on the cohort of women born between 6 April 1952 and 5 July 1953

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Details

This note explains the effect of the single-tier proposals on women born between 6 April 1951 and 5 April 1953. It takes into account the government’s announcement that the single-tier pension will be introduced in April 2016.

The main note replaces the earlier “Note on the cohort of women born between 6 April 1952 and 5 July 1953”. We’ve published this here as well for comparison.

We published this note with The single-tier pension: a simple foundation for saving.

Published 12 April 2013