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What scheme am I in?

02 Sep 2019, 19:46

I took my pension in 2010 ( when it was due to raise from 50 to 55 to access it) so what pension scheme will I be in?
I joined in 1978 , I took EVR in 2017. I presume I changed from my original pension.
Any help appreciated


What scheme am I in?

02 Sep 2019, 20:29

shazzbat wrote:I took my pension in 2010 ( when it was due to raise from 50 to 55 to access it) so what pension scheme will I be in?
I joined in 1978 , I took EVR in 2017. I presume I changed from my original pension.
Any help appreciated


Section B, which closed in 1987. Not sure what you mean by changed from your original pension. Did you rejoin RM at some point? Otherwise, if you didn't, then your pension is still section B.

What scheme am I in?

02 Sep 2019, 21:00

No I was in Royal Mail continuously from 1978 till 2017. Somewhere in the back of my mind I thought that I’d been put into another scheme when I took my pension in 2010.
Glad that that’s not the case if I’m still in section B.

Many thanks

What scheme am I in?

02 Sep 2019, 22:49

shazzbat wrote:No I was in Royal Mail continuously from 1978 till 2017. Somewhere in the back of my mind I thought that I’d been put into another scheme when I took my pension in 2010.
Glad that that’s not the case if I’m still in section B.

Many thanks


In 2008 the Final Salary pension closed. We went in to the Career Average or CARE scheme. This has an NRA of 65. Maybe that is what you are thinking of.

What scheme am I in?

03 Sep 2019, 02:29

shazzbat wrote:I took my pension in 2010 ( when it was due to raise from 50 to 55 to access it) so what pension scheme will I be in?
I joined in 1978 , I took EVR in 2017. I presume I changed from my original pension.
Any help appreciated

You asked the same question on 27th March 2019 in this thread: https://www.royalmailchat.co.uk/communi ... 27&t=90461

Did you use the contact details I gave you? What was their reply?

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