Basic State Pension

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Basic State Pension

This data relates to Basic State Pension only. If you require specific personal or company pension information, you should seek advice.

Details21/22 - Weekly Annual22/23 - WeeklyAnnual
Single person
Dependant's Addition*
Total Married Pension^
Single Tier Pension^£179.60£9339.20£185.15£9627.80

*For pensions which started before 6th April 2016.

*If you reached State Pension age on or after 6 April 2016, you’ll get the new State Pension ( The full new State Pension payment is £164.35 a week.

^State pension age reached after 5/4/16

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