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24 Feb 08 #14938 by megan
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I have worked since 1973 but took out my pesion in 1980 and didn't start paying a pension again 'till 1987 as i was only part time. will that be taken into account when we look at pension values or is it just the value that is looked at?

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25 Feb 08 #15019 by Peter@BDM
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The pension valuation will automatically take into account the period when you were not contributing.

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25 Feb 08 #15021 by megan
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Thanks to you all for for the info.

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