What Is My Pension Worth?

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To ascertain the worthiness of ones pension, one has to get an estimate of what it would cost to buy a life annuity that provided the income he has, under the terms and conditions available.
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If your earnings are less than £3,600 a year then a contribution up to that amount may be made. Some examples are here If you earn £50,000 per annum then your utmost contribution is £50,000. If your earnings are nil then your contribution is £3,600.
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