Our calculators haven't yet been updated to reflect the Transitional Protection changes.  

How much can you earn as a retired member?

Getting back into employment after retirement.

Salary of Reference effective date: Salary Of Reference DateThe effective date can be found on your award papers. It’s the latest date when you were earning the highest salary forming your average salary. You may close this dialog by pressing the escape key.

What this calculator can and can't tell you

  • This calculator takes your salary of reference and revalues it to its current value.
  • The result of this revaluation, index linked to your salary of reference.
  • The maximum you can earn before affecting your pension.
  • The factor used in these calculations.
  • Our calculators haven’t yet been updated to reflect the changes being introduced because of Transitional Protection. The results don’t include the changes required for the remedy period (1 April 2015 to 31 March 2022). More information on Transitional Protection is available in Scheme Changes.
  • The implications for your pension if you earn beyond the maximum amount.
  • Does not cater for apportionment.
  • Does not cater for multiple retirement awards – this can be accessed via My Pension Online.
  • If you have retired on a premature basis any mandatory/discretionary pension needs to be taken into account separately for abatement purposes.

Questions on this calculator or the estimates it has shown? Contact us

If you are unsure of any details check your annual benefit statement or online account.