State Pension checker: What age will I get my State Pension?


How much State Pension will you get?

The new State Pension is calculated based on the claimant’s National Insurance (NI) record.

Currently, the new full State Pension is £179.60 for 2021/2022.

But a claimant must usually have 35 qualifying years of National Insurance contributions to get the full amount, if they did not have a NI record before April 6, 2016.

To get any new State Pension, claimants must usually have at least 10 qualifying years on their National Insurance record.





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