The proposals. Under the current law, the State Pension age is due to increase to 68 between 2044 and 2046. Following a recent review, the government has announced plans to bring this timetable forward. The State Pension age would therefore increase to 68 between 2037 and 2039.
Sep 12, 2018 · State pension changes: How the state pension age will change in 2019 STATE PENSION is a fund of money used to provide for those who have reached retirement age, provided they have paid enough
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There are more changes planned. From 2019, the State Pension age will increase for both men and women to reach 66 by October 2020. The Government is planning further increases, which will raise the State Pension age from 66 to 67 between 2026 and 2028.
This includes both men and women. At present, the state pension age is 65 for men and 64 for women. The latter will keep steadily rising every few months and the age will equalise at 65 for men and women in 2018. The plan for what will happen after this, including the …
UK news in pictures. The current state pension age is 63 for women and 65 for men, with the former due to rise steadily until all workers retire at 65 by 2018. From 2019, the state pension age will increase for both men and women, reaching 66 by 2020 and 67 between 2026 and 2028.
Together the changes delay women’s state pension age between three and six years compared to retiring at 60. Further changes made in 2014 have now brought forward when the equal pension age will increase to 67, from 2034-2036 to 2026-2028.
State pension age rise brought forward. The rise in the pension age to 68 will now be phased in between 2037 and 2039, rather than from 2044 as was originally proposed. Those affected are currently between the ages of 39 and 47. The announcement was made in the Commons by the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions,
The current age for retirement for men is 65, and for many years it was 60 for women, but that is no longer the case. For women born between April 6, 1950, and December 5, 1953, the age you can receive your state pension is now 64 and is set to rise again in November 2018. It will increase to 68 for both men and women by 2037.