What will I receive from the State Pension in my retirement?
The State Pension is a vital source of income for millions of retired people across Britain. However, the system can be complex and it is important that you know how it works. If you're looking to maximise your income in retirement, a good place to start is with your State Pension.
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What are the basic rules?
How much is the full basic State Pension worth?
What is the New State Pension?
Can I receive both the basic State Pension and New State Pension?
Is the earnings benchmark of the State Pension triple lock being temporarily set aside?
Do I have the option to defer the New State Pension?
How can I check my State Pension entitlement?
What can I do to make sure I have enough money when I retire?
Many people may be looking to rely on the State Pension to provide them with income in retirement. However, the amount received is not generous by any standard and as a result the onus is on individuals to take personal responsibility to save for retirement.
If you would like to start a conversation about your retirement options, please contact Oyster to book your free discovery meeting.