Article preview: If you’re claiming your state pension from today, you need to wait until age 66. The state pension age for men and women has been steadily rising in recent years, to reach the new qualifying age of 66. It means that people born between 6th October 1954 and 5th April 1960 have a state pension qualifying age of 66.
You have to wait until your 66th birthday to claim your state pension now
This 473-word blog post reports on a rise in the state pension qualifying age to age 66 from today, and how to find out your state pension age and how much you are forecast to receive. Written on 6th October 2020.
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