How to Calculate Final Salary Pension?

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In order to calculate final salary pension, length of pensionable service is divided by the accrued rate and then this is multiplied by the final pensionable salary. The final pensionable salary can be the former year's pensionable salary or an average of your last 3 years pensionable salary.
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