State pension calculation rules alter following Brexit – check now if you’re moving abroad | Personal Finance | Finance


If a person lives in an EU, EEA country or Switzerland their UK state pension will continue to increase every year in line with the rate paid in the UK.

To be eligible for a state pension, a person will need at least 10 years of National Insurance contributions.

The full amount of £179.60 per week will be paid to those who have at least 35 years of contributions under their belt.

State pensions can be claimed from the age of 66 but this will be increasing over the coming years.



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