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Step 1 : Check when you can retire. Check what age you can get your State Pension Find out about working after you reach State Pension age Find out if you can retire early with your workplace or personal pension. Step 2 : Increase your pension. Find out about delaying your pension For advice about increasing your workplace or private pension, speak to a financial adviser.
Find a financial adviser through Unbiased. Step 3 : Check what other financial support you could get. Check what financial help you could get if you: are on a low income need help paying your rent need help paying your heating bill are claiming benefits and the weather is cold are disabled You can also get free bus travel if you: apply for a bus pass.
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Your state pension forecast explained
Skip to content. This forecast is based on an estimate of what your National Insurance record could be when you reach State Pension age. The online service will also provide information about how you can increase your State Pension, if you can. You can ask your pension provider for a statement of what your pension might pay when you retire. The pension provider may be your employer if you contribute to a workplace pension scheme, or your personal pension provider. If you have a defined benefit salary-related workplace pension you can request an annual statement.
Check your State Pension forecast
Skip to content. Use this online service to find out how much State Pension you could get when you reach State Pension age. The amount is based on an estimate of what your National Insurance record could be when you reach State Pension age. This amount is also known as your State Pension forecast.
Application for a State Pension forecast
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