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i am slightly confused.


I believe i have a serps pension pot in addition to my state pension.

Will this get paid to me along with the state one when i retire, or does it get paid to me separately from the original fund?


I have been on government gateway, and it tells me of this separate amount, but i am at a loss as to which pension fund it came from, (i had many), and how to get it paid if that is the case


thanks in anticipation

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Additional State Pension - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

You do not have to do anything to claim the Additional State Pension.

If you’re eligible for an Additional State Pension, you’ll automatically get it when you claim your State Pension.

After you claim, the Pension Service will write to you and tell you how much you’re getting.

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