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You can take your pension anytime from age 55. But if you take your pension before your Normal Pension Age, it will likely be reduced as it is being paid early.
The best and quickest way to see the value of your pension, is register and login to your My Pension account. This will show the most recent value of your pension and you can run estimates to see how much it could be when you retire.
You can update your contact information, death grant nomination and bank details instantly through your My Pension account. Alternatively you can email the Fund at email@example.com. Be sure to include your name, date of birth and National Insurance number so we can update the right record.
Deferred members can now explore the option of transferring their pension out of the NESPF to an alternative scheme with our My Pension tool.
The NESPF office will be closed from 4pm on Thursday 1 April until Monday 5 April.
How much you pay into your pension depends on exactly how much you earn.
Retirement might have been a long-anticipated event in your life but as your last working day draws closer, the actual process of claiming your pension may seem daunting.
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