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To help you understand the changes to the Teachers’ Pension Scheme we’ve put together a series of helpful examples. * These will show you how your pension should work. We’ll be continuing to add further scenarios, please keep an eye on this page for updates

Read Holly’s story In 2015 Holly was a transition member with a Normal Pension Age of 60 (in the final salary scheme). She wants to retire on 1 April 2033 at the age of 65.
Read Edward’s story In 2015 Edward was a protected member with a Normal Pension Age of 60 (in the final salary scheme). He wants to retire on 1 April 2025 at the age of 65.
Read Jake’s story In 2015 Jake was a transition member with a Normal Pension Age of 60 (in the final salary scheme). He wants to retire on 1 April 2028 at the age of 60.
Read Zara's story In 2015 Zara was in Additional Service after Retirement (ASAR). She retired fully in 2019.
Read Megan's story In 2015 Megan was a protected member with a Normal Pension Age of 60 in the final salary scheme. She retired on 1 April 2020 at the age of 60.
Read George's story

In 2015 George was a tapered member with a Normal Pension Age of 60 in the final salary section. He wants to retire on 1 April 2023 at the age of 60.

(*please note these are just for illustrative purposes. We recommend you speak with an Independent Financial Advisor before making any decisions).

Last Updated: 20/04/2022 12:19

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