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who cares.... it is that it is.

 


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Undoubtedly he's a t*** (and my opinion of him dates back to when he was the Conservative MP where friends of mine live) but if he has pension rights then he's entitled to draw them when he chooses to, within the rules. Changing one's mind about a pension start date is hardly hypocrisy, and in any case the amount at 58 will be actuarially reduced for early payment.

 


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If this works the same as any public sector pension, this article is nonsense. Firstly he would be able to take it at 60.
Secondly if you take your pension before 69, you lose 5% for every year you take it early, this would obviously mean a lower monthly amount. If he deferred it until 65, I believe he would get a higher monthly rate, so actually he is getting less by taking it now.
Having said that I canít stand the bloke

Reading the article, after having my morning coffee, it seems the speakers pension is different to a normal PS pension so just ignore what I said, except the last sentence

Edited by Spiderman (20 Jul 2021 7.43am)

 

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Wow - a £35,000 a year pension for 10 years in the job!

All right for some......

 


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View topcat's Profile topcat Flag Holmesdale / Surbiton 20 Jul 21 9.17am Send a Private Message to topcat Add topcat as a friend

More of a U turn rather than hypocrisy.

 


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View Henry of Peckham's Profile Henry of Peckham Flag Eton Mess 20 Jul 21 10.16am Send a Private Message to Henry of Peckham Add Henry of Peckham as a friend

Originally posted by topcat

More of a U turn rather than hypocrisy.

Exactly. It's his pension and he may do whatever he wants with it. Personal circumstances can change but he was rather naive making those comments in the first place. ... Pratt!

 


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Originally posted by becky

Wow - a £35,000 a year pension for 10 years in the job!

All right for some......

How much pension do you reckon retired Premier League footballers receive, Becky?

 


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Originally posted by Spiderman

If this works the same as any public sector pension, this article is nonsense. Firstly he would be able to take it at 60.
Secondly if you take your pension before 69, you lose 5% for every year you take it early, this would obviously mean a lower monthly amount. If he deferred it until 65, I believe he would get a higher monthly rate, so actually he is getting less by taking it now.
Having said that I canít stand the bloke

Reading the article, after having my morning coffee, it seems the speakers pension is different to a normal PS pension so just ignore what I said, except the last sentence

Edited by Spiderman (20 Jul 2021 7.43am)

Pre-coffee, it seems you had other things on your mind

 


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Originally posted by YT

Pre-coffee, it seems you had other things on your mind

I always seem to type 69 for some reason of course I meant 60

 

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Originally posted by becky

Wow - a £35,000 a year pension for 10 years in the job!

All right for some......

That is a hell of a pension. My CS pension was worked out at 1/8Oth of final salary for every year worked

 

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Originally posted by Spiderman

That is a hell of a pension. My CS pension was worked out at 1/8Oth of final salary for every year worked

Plus a tax-free cash sum of 3/80ths of final salary for every year.

 


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