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DP Pension
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Re: DP Pension
« Reply #1 on: 07-08-19, 07:32PM »
As a supporter you are able to use the "Search" facility, enter the word search and select topic subject only, lots of threads on the subject of pensions.
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Re: DP Pension
« Reply #2 on: 07-08-19, 09:27PM »
You can take your pension anytime from age 55.


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Re: DP Pension
« Reply #3 on: 08-08-19, 11:30AM »
Yes its yours, it's a fixed income pension called a defined benefit, you can check how much is in it by ringing the pension line in our tesco I think it's in,  or the colleague room the new pension is with Legal and General and is defined contributions pension.


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« Reply #4 on: 09-08-19, 02:16PM »

The benefit you have under the old scheme will be based on your period of membership and earnings at the time the scheme ended. This is your basic entitlement which will have a level of inflation proofing added each year from the date the old plan ended up to when you retire.

We used to get details with our annual benefits flyer, but I haven't seen it in that for a couple of years.


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