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The basic State Pension

The basic State Pension is a regular payment from the government that you can get when you reach State Pension age. To get it you must have paid or been credited with National Insurance contributions.

Workplace (company) pensions

A workplace pension is a way of saving for your retirement that’s arranged by your employer.

Additional State Pension

The Additional State Pension is an extra amount of money you could get with your basic State Pension. It’s based on your National Insurance contributions.
How much you get depends on your earnings and whether you’ve claimed certain benefits.

Currency exchange rates

Reference: British Pound (GBP)
Symbol Currency Rate
EUR Euro 1.13
USD American dollar 1.40
BGN Bulgarian Lev 2.21
CZK Czech Koruna 28.59
DKK Danish Krone 8.41
HUF Hungarian Forint 351.22
PLN Polish Zloty 4.68
RON Romanian New Leu 5.26
SEK Swedish Krona 11.19
CHF Swiss Franc 1.30
NOK Norwegian Krone 10.90
HRK Croatian Kune 8.40
RUB Russian Ruble 79.10
Source: European Central Bank, 20.02.2018

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