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Find out how much State Pension you could get (your forecast), when you could get it and how you could increase it
Work out your State Pension age and Pension Credit qualifying age
What you need to do to get your State Pension online.
How to claim the basic State Pension and how it's calculated - for men born before 6 April 1951 and women born before 6 April 1953.
Contact the Pension Service about State Pension eligibility, claims, payments and complaints, and to update your details (such as your address or bank details)…
Refugees who came to the UK as part of the Kindertransport may be eligible for an increased State Pension because of recent changes in the law
How to get and claim your State Pension, State Pension age - for men born on or after 6 April 1951 and women born on or after 6 April 1953
You may be able to increase your State Pension based on the National Insurance record
Find out how to nominate someone to collect your State Pension for you
Check if you were contracted out of the Additional State Pension and what it means for your State Pension
Working while taking your pension, State Pension age, retirement age, how long you can work, tax and national insurance, flexible working, discrimination
Taking up your State Pension later - what you'll get, how to defer, extra State Pension and lump sum payment.
Universal Credit is replacing 6 other benefits with a single monthly payment if you're out of work or on a low income - eligibility, how to prepare
This collection brings together publications related to the first review of the State Pension as required by the Pensions Act 2014.
What to do if you need to pay more tax or you're due a refund, including P800 tax calculations from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC)
Find out if you've paid enough National Insurance to qualify for the full State Pension - check gaps, contributions and credits, get a National Insurance statement, call the helpline
Additional State Pension, also known as the State Second Pension or SERPS, is extra money on top of your basic State Pension
How to claim State Pension if you're overseas - payment, tax, change of circumstances - contact the International Pension Centre
You can apply for a State Pension forecast using this form BR19.
Find out if you’re eligible and how much you can claim to cover wages for employees on temporary leave ('furlough') due to coronavirus (COVID-19).
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