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google says

 

  • If your pension is £67.60 a week or more, you will not get a Carer’s Allowance payment. If your pension is less than £67.60 a week, you’ll get a Carer’s Allowance payment to make up the difference. If your State Pension is more than £67.60 a week, you will not get a Carer’s Allowance payment but your Pension Credit payments will increase instead.
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This link confirms you get class 1 national insurance credits from Carers Allowance claim towards state pension.

 

WWW.GOV.UK

Who can get National Insurance credits and how to apply or when to pay voluntary National Insurance contributions.

 

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8 minutes ago, dx100uk said:

 

 

google says

 

  • If your pension is £67.60 a week or more, you will not get a Carer’s Allowance payment. If your pension is less than £67.60 a week, you’ll get a Carer’s Allowance payment to make up the difference. If your State Pension is more than £67.60 a week, you will not get a Carer’s Allowance payment but your Pension Credit payments will increase instead.

Thanks for the help. I was more concerned about the contributions towards my pension as I don't claim pension yet. I appreciate your help though. 

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4 minutes ago, unclebulgaria67 said:

This link confirms you get class 1 national insurance credits from Carers Allowance claim towards state pension.

 

WWW.GOV.UK

Who can get National Insurance credits and how to apply or when to pay voluntary National Insurance contributions.

 

Thank you for that. That's a relief. 

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sorry i wasnt quite sure with Will that contribute to my pension contributions-  in the same sentence, if that meant NI contributions or if you'd get carers  and pension.

 

there you go sorted just like google..

 

dx

 

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are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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Just different classes. Class 1 enable credit towards state pension and contributory based benefits such as New Style JSA and ESA

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