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Basic State Pension Allowance.

 

 

 

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   Pensions Explained: Basic State Pension 2013/2014.



Basic state pension.

Although an entitlement for most people, the amount received from the basic state pension will depend on the amount of national insurance contributions paid.


Full state pension allowance.

For the year 2013/2014, the full pension allowance for a single person who has made sufficient contributions is £110.15 per week.

A married individual's state pension allowance is currently £66.00 per week if using their partner's national insurance contribution record. The married couple’s pension allowance will be £176.75 per week in total (£110.15 plus £66.60).

If both  partners have worked throughout their lives and have made sufficient national insurance payments individually, the separate single pension entitlements will apply. This means the total combined state pension allowance for a married couple or civil partnership rises from £176.75 to £220.30 per week.
 

     
  Weekly state pension allowances (2013/2014)
     
  Single person state pension allowance

£110.15

  Married partner's state pension allowance £66.00
  Married coulple's state pension allowance £176.75
  Both partners with full individual entitlement £220.30
     


State pension age

The Pensions Act 1995 introduced a state pension age of 65 for men and women from 2020. This will be introduced over a ten year period from 2010, for women born after 6 April 1955.
 


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