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Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by mrsshorty, Jun 17, 2011.
Great advice - duly BUMPED!
Excellent advice, as always, from Theo.
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thnx mate...........very helpful.........
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Keep them forever, not just for 6 years. I needed mine over 30 years after leaving a school as there was an apparent gap of a few months in my pension record. The school had destroyed its old personnel records, as it had every right to do, but that meant they initially couldn't certify that they had paid contributions for me. My old payslips, squirrelled away, were the evidence they needed tocertify to the pensions people that all was well. Assuming I last a few years into retirement, this represents a lot of money - and all because I kept my payslips!
Really good advice. I was lucky enough that the HR administrator offered to email me a .pdf of the signed letter, while I waited for the paper copy to arrive in the post. It was very reassuring and I have an electronically dated copy of recieving the letter as well.
Bump fab advice thank you!
Thanks for the excellent advice
Bump! Great advice as always x
Great advice. Bump.
So useful, thank you.
Bumping as this is so useful! Thank you
Bumping this as requested!