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10 May 2017, 14:21
hans solo wrote:got a point
what if cwu were to tell rm all members were pulling out of pension
rm still have to put up a pension legally and contribute
where would that take us
MAILMAN84 wrote:Well tbh its confusing as heck to me cuz surely I can say no don't want a pension and they can let me leave . I guess maybe not tho.
MAILMAN84 wrote:Quick money needed basically it. Well tbh I was never in the pension. Only just realised they forced me back into it when they changed to the new scheme. If can get my contributions back I'll opt out if I can't I'll leave it. Just personal reasons for not wanting a pension tbh.
10 May 2017, 22:55
RobertT wrote:There are plans to increase that to 57 by 2018, although that’s not written in stone.
11 May 2017, 05:14
barrowc wrote:RobertT wrote:There are plans to increase that to 57 by 2018, although that’s not written in stone.
Did you mean 2028 for this bit as that's the date that I have seen quoted for minimum pension age potentially rising to 57?
11 May 2017, 17:59