This pension factsheet explains how your benefits will be reduced if you retire between the ages of 55 and 60 years without having been awarded premature or ill-health retirement, and issues surrounding phased retirement.
This pension factsheet outlines the action part-time and supply teachers should take to make their service pensionable, and illustrates how the resulting pension is calculated.
This pension factsheet which reveals how pension increases are paid to your guaranteed minimum pension from different sources when you start to receive your state pension.
This pension factsheet unpicks the formulae used to calculate Teachers' Pension Scheme awards, which are based on length of service and pensionable salary.
This pension factsheet offers advice to teachers and lecturers who have withdrawn Teachers' Pension Scheme contributions, with guidance on how to make repayments.
This pension factsheet provides a guide to what to do on approaching your retirement, including how to apply to ensure that your benefits are paid on time.
A pension factsheet setting out ways of improving your pension prospects, including investing your spare cash in the Teachers' Pension Scheme and buying into the teachers' Additional Voluntary Contribution Scheme.
A pension factsheet aimed at teachers, lecturers and support staff currently in service or recently retired, which explains how death benefits can vary due to circumstances at the time of death.
This pension factsheet explains how benefits can be preserved in the Teachers' Pension Scheme if you leave teaching or lecturing, and how benefits can be transferred to another pension scheme.
This pension factsheet provides valuable information on applying for ill-health retirement, the rules by which it is awarded and how benefits are calculated.