Help Centre for Employees

When can I retire?

A member can choose any retirement age, after 55, that fits with your own plans. Unless you tell us otherwise we will assume this will be State Pension Age. You can change this online if your circumstances or plans change.

Read more about your options at retirement here: What are my options at retirement?

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