State pension increase: Are you entitled to another £5.50 a week?

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State pension increase: Are you entitled to another £5.50 a week?

The increase applies to those who retired in 2016, meaning they receive the new State Pension.Recipients include men born on or after April 6, 1951

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The increase applies to those who retired in 2016, meaning they receive the new State Pension.

Recipients include men born on or after April 6, 1951, and women born on the same date in 1953.

They can start claiming when they reach state pension age – currently 66 – and will receive the adjusted rate by April.

New and existing claimants will receive £9,628.50 a year, split into weekly or monthly instalments.



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