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Preserved retirement benefits.

Discussion in 'Retirement' started by noswad, Apr 6, 2012.

  1. My wife left teaching in the early 90's to have children and never returned after completing 8 years full time. What I want to know please.........<u>is the index linking for inflation still applied over the intervening years?</u> It would make an incredible difference because the pension benefits would be based on a figure that is roughly twice her original final salary.
    <address>(On my own online pension forecast my final salary is quite a bit higher due to the index linking but on my wife's pension forecast there has been no change.)</address>
     
  2. My wife left teaching in the early 90's to have children and never returned after completing 8 years full time. What I want to know please.........<u>is the index linking for inflation still applied over the intervening years?</u> It would make an incredible difference because the pension benefits would be based on a figure that is roughly twice her original final salary.
    <address>(On my own online pension forecast my final salary is quite a bit higher due to the index linking but on my wife's pension forecast there has been no change.)</address>
     
  3. lindenlea

    lindenlea Star commenter

    Teacher's Pensions are very helpful over the phone.
     
  4. Your wife will get index linking from when she left. Not sure why this would not show up on the forecast.
     

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