Pension Eligibility


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westpack

A woman has worked intermittenly since leaving school for approximately
twenty years, she is now having reached sixty, and is divorced, she is a
born and bred, uk, citizen, and was married to a non uk citizen who was a
non uk tax payer, is she entitled to her old age pension. She is resident in
the UK.
If a person is receiving an old age pension, and they are in full time
employment what is their position with regard to still being able to receive
their old age pension.
Any advice appreciated.
 
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Dave

A woman has worked intermittenly since leaving school for approximately
twenty years, she is now having reached sixty, and is divorced, she is a
born and bred, uk, citizen, and was married to a non uk citizen who was a
non uk tax payer, is she entitled to her old age pension. She is resident in
the UK.
If a person is receiving an old age pension, and they are in full time
employment what is their position with regard to still being able to receive
their old age pension.
Any advice appreciated.
Part 1:

For the definitive answer she should write to the

Benefits Agency
Pensions and Overseas Benefits Directorate
Tyneview Park
Whitley Road
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
NE98 1BA

or ring 0191 2187585
and ask for form BR19 - Application for a Retirement Pension Forecast.

Part 2:
Their personal allowance is (usually) set against the pension with any
residue carried to the additional earnings. There is no restriction to
working full or part time after retirement age.


Dave
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