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Historic day for state pension age as men and women equalise for first time

From today the state pension age equalises and both men and women have the same state pension age of 65. Find out what this means for your entitlement.

State pension age increases: are you affected?

A month-long equalisation process has begun to make the state pension age 65 for both men and women. Find out why and if your entitlement is affected.

State pensioners pay £24bn in tax: find out how to cut your bill

New analysis reveals pensioners are paying over £24bn to HMRC in tax. Which? explains how to cut your tax bill.

State pension age changes for women rejected by government

The UK government announced today that it rejected calls to aid women who stand to lose up to around £45,000 from the recent state pension changes. Find out why.

Retiring later: average Brit now working beyond state pension age

Both men and women are increasingly staying at work beyond the state pension age, official figures show – but how much do you need for a comfortable retirement? Data published...

State pension age could rise to 70

New reports published today could see some younger people having to wait until they are 70 to get the state pension and the triple lock guarantee disappearing after 2020. The...

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