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07 Oct 2019, 21:21

Where is this years? Only goes up to 31 March 2019 when it arrives. Come on service centre this shouldn’t take over 6 months to produce.

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08 Oct 2019, 08:54

red666bear wrote:Where is this years? Only goes up to 31 March 2019 when it arrives. Come on service centre this shouldn’t take over 6 months to produce.


This years financial year doesn't finish until 31 March 2020 so you have the latest figures. We always get the previous years illustration in Sept/Oct.

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08 Oct 2019, 14:16

red666bear wrote:Where is this years? Only goes up to 31 March 2019 when it arrives. Come on service centre this shouldn’t take over 6 months to produce.

It says in the Courier they'll be with us in 'early October', so it should be soon.

But we did used to get them earlier!

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15 Oct 2019, 16:47

I am right in thinking that the lump sum is in addition to the total pension? For example mine says total lump sum is £33578 and total pension £11194. Talking in the canteen and a couple of posties say different.
To me it is basic stuff but just want to be sure.

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15 Oct 2019, 16:54

antcpfc wrote:I am right in thinking that the lump sum is in addition to the total pension? For example mine says total lump sum is £33578 and total pension £11194. Talking in the canteen and a couple of posties say different.
To me it is basic stuff but just want to be sure.

Depends which section you're in!

If you're in B you get a lump sum as standard.
If you're in C you don't but you have the choice to give up some pension to get one.
Although the DBCBS is designed to provide a lump sum, which is likely to benefit section C members.

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15 Oct 2019, 17:17

RobertT wrote:
antcpfc wrote:I am right in thinking that the lump sum is in addition to the total pension? For example mine says total lump sum is £33578 and total pension £11194. Talking in the canteen and a couple of posties say different.
To me it is basic stuff but just want to be sure.

Depends which section you're in!

If you're in B you get a lump sum as standard.
If you're in C you don't but you have the choice to give up some pension to get one.
Although the DBCBS is designed to provide a lump sum, which is likely to benefit section C members.


Thanks I am in sectionl A/B if that helps.

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