how old are you?
you have to wait until the age of 65 for a state pension
the question regards XXXXX XXXXX not me
if you wanted a private pension, however, for early retirement (sorry not you but your colleague) then he or she would be eligible on the payments that they have made to date regardless of whether they were legal or illegal
the thing is about state pension - he was working for 4 years illegally - do these years count in to his state pension work history?
so long as they were paying national insurance and tax at the time when they were illegal - you said he had received pay slips
he can check his entitlement to a pension and how much on 08453021 479
would it be possible to have paid NI and tax while working illegal? I thought that if someone works illegally means no social benefits at all
(mean no tax no insurance)
as long as he had pay slips and an NI number in his own name tax and NI would have been paid by his employer - he can check with his employer if he has lost the pay slips or ask the HMRC for his previous records
The requirements for a state pension are:
my apologies - the copy and paste was from something else
To qualify for a basic State Pension at least one of the following must apply to you:
see this link:
all right, but can he have some kind of problems if he shows up his illegal working history? would HMRC charge him for outstanding tax for those years or sth?
well, this is what he told me
possibly if he did not pay tax - when you make enquiries with the HMRC you can ask when the payments started from which will help you - if he already made payments when he was illegal then it is fine
have a meeting now but let me know if you need any more help otherwise kindly click positive rating - thanks
how do you calculate state pension in this country? is there any certain the same amount for everyone, or is it depend on years of work, or any other system? which I mean if someone works the whole life in UK and someone else came to Uk when he was 40 and worked only 35 years will they get the same staet pension though?
the pension is calculated on the basis of how many years a person has paid tax and national insurance in the UK - not on how many years they have lived in the UK.
It can be calculated basically as follows:
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