How Do I Claim My Old Age Pension?

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To claim your pension, you must have reached the Sate Pension Age which is 65 years. You also have to meet the National Insurance (NI) contribution conditions. One can get a claim form by applying to The Pension Service, International Pension Centre, Tyneview Park, Whitley Road, Newcastle England NE98 1BA.
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It varies on a persons contributions throughout their working life. There are people who receive as little as 300 dollars and some who get more.
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1. Contact your employer. Your employer's human resources department normally keeps the forms you need to fill out in order to claim pension benefits. You must contact your employer
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You could start getting Social Security at age 62, but it could be higher if you work a few more years. A pension comes from a previous company or governmental agency that you worked
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My husband claimed his at 55, but have a feeling it is now longer. Talk to your provider, you would have had yearly statements from them. We did. UK.
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