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04 Feb 15 #455386 by Mitchum
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Hi Annie,
Check out the website of the Teachers'' Pensions agency and if you have union membership, be sure to talk to your union rep before making any moves.

In the meantime, take good care of yourself. x

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04 Feb 15 #455403 by sexysadie
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I''m so sorry to hear this news. And I agree with the others: if you have to retire early on health grounds you may well be able to get your pension treated as paid-up. Why don''t you speak directly to Teachers'' Pensions? They are likely to have a good helpline.

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