Voluntary NICs could help top up state pensions for 500,000 - Royal London

Heavily-subsidised opportunity under new State Pension

Hannah Godfrey
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Voluntary NICs could help top up state pensions for 500,000 - Royal London

Half a million workers retiring before state pension age will have the chance to top up their state pension at "bargain-basement rates" over the next five years, according to Royal London.

The group says this can be achieved by paying heavily-subsidised voluntary National Insurance contributions for the years between the date a person retires and the date they reach state pension age...

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