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gomezz

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Re: online payslips
« Reply #125 on: 16-02-19, 02:35PM »
Had my pensions update letter through the post yesterday so time to keep an eye out if you are planning on opting out (again!)
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« Reply #126 on: 25-02-19, 12:43PM »
Finally got round to opting out of the pensions scheme today.  Surprisingly simple to do using my laptop and the enrolment code from the pensions update letter.
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« Reply #127 on: 25-02-19, 05:31PM »
opted out as soon as i got the letter. been confirmed by e mail :)

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Re: online payslips
« Reply #128 on: 12-04-19, 09:12AM »
Anyone know when P60 becomes available to view on pay slip site?

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Re: online payslips
« Reply #129 on: 12-04-19, 03:05PM »
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Re: online payslips
« Reply #130 on: 12-04-19, 03:18PM »
Cheers :thumbup:

LucyJ

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Re: online payslips
« Reply #131 on: 12-04-19, 08:53PM »
What happens when you opt out of the pension plan,do u get your money back that you have put in?

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Re: online payslips
« Reply #132 on: 12-04-19, 09:07PM »
Noooo What's in is in, future payments stop (unless you've been in less than a month)

Copy & pasted from the colleague room website...

“Opting out” within a month
If you don't want to stay in the Plan once you've joined, you have one month to opt out and get back your savings (if you're under 75).

Once you've been enrolled into the Plan, you'll receive a letter from Legal & General, containing details of how to opt out. This will confirm the enrolment code you need to opt out, as well as your opt-out deadline.

If you wait longer than a month to opt out, you won't be able to get back your savings until you retire, which you can choose to do from age 55.