There are some general rules which apply to all members taking their pension:
Normal Pension Age (NPA) is simply the age you can take your pension benefits in full, unreduced. Normal Pension Age differs depending on when you were paying into the Pension Scheme:
You cannot take your pre and post April 2015 benefits separately. They must be taken at the same time.
There are a number of options for retiring and taking your pension, from early to late, or if you are too ill to continue working even ill health retirement.Find Out More
Many people wonder what Rule of 85 is, if they have it and how it affects their pension.Find Out More
Choosing to take your pension before your Normal Pension Age means that in most cases your pension will be reduced for early payment.Find Out More
See how taking your pension at different ages and under different circumstances impacts its value by logging into your My Pension account and using the pension calculators.Login
Whether retirement is in 5 years or 25 years, the main reason most of us pay into the pension scheme is to make life a little more comfortable at some point down the line.
Annual Pension Statements for 2021 are now available for members currently paying into the Fund.
Many of our members who pay Additional Voluntary Contributions (AVCs) through Prudential may have experienced recent delays in Prudential's service offering.
Now could present the perfect mid-point opportunity to have a quick pause for a finance refresh.