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35 years of NI payments needed for new pension scheme

Thu, 14 Jul 2016


People will need to clock up 35 years of National Insurance contributions to qualify for the Island's new-look pension.
 
Treasury's plans for the Single Tier State Pension will go before Tynwald next week. 
 
People who've been self employed or those who have not worked for long periods are also included. 
 
Minister Eddie Teare explains what residents will do if they don't have enough qualifying years:

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