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Where can I find a State Pension Calculator

Client has 32 years contributions - worth paying Class 3

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Client has 32 full years contribution but is unlikely to make any further contribution before state retirement age.  The personal tax account anticipates a full pension assuming a further 3 years contributions will be made, which is unlikely.  I am trying to calculate whether it is worth the client paying 3 years Class 3 contributions.

Does anyone know of a calculator that will show the state pension for 32 years contributions?

Thanks in advance for any help you may be able to give

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RLI
By lionofludesch
20th May 2020 10:51

You'll need his date of death, of course.

The way I look at it is, if he doesn't pay and it turns out to be the wrong decision, he'll complain. But if he pays and makes the wrong decision, he won't.

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RLI
By lionofludesch
20th May 2020 10:53

Duplicate

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Maytuna
By DJKL
20th May 2020 10:57

And to complicate the calculation, does he have a spouse with more years/entitlement and might she predecease?

Frankly more years the merrier as far as I am concerned, who knows what further changes might be made by our politicians re required qualifying years in the future. (Especially given the current splurging on HMG's credit card)

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RLI
By lionofludesch
20th May 2020 11:03

How close is he to actually retiring ?

Does he fancy doing a bit of eBay trading for three years ?

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