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Hi, I do hope someone can help.

 

I have received a letter from the Pension Service which say it is about my Pension Credit. I have been getting my State Pension since I was 60 and I am now 67. I have never received Pension Credit but have received Pension Savings Credit.

 

This letter calculates from £155.60 and then deducts my small private pensions. In the past it has always been calculated on my actual pension made up of my Basic State Pension, plus Pre 97 additional state Pension, less contracted out deduction, plus Post 97 ASP, plus Graduated Retirement Benefit. The way they have now done it apparently brings me below Savings Credit but the total they get will make me about £15.00 worse off.

 

Have I missed some change in legislation?

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The more I look at the letter flumps the more I feel it just has to be a mistake. I will run it through the calculator and see what is says but why would they change me from the pension I have been getting for seven years - the one they agreed I should be getting - on to the one that is supposed to be for a woman (that's me) born on or after 6 April 1953. I was born in 1949. Thank you for the link :-)

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