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16 Jul 12 #343552 by tatiana2009
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I''m really confused by something that is in letter from actuary, my sol has asked for them to do report '' equalising the party''s income at age 65'' they advise that this is not the appropriate calculation and could be misleading. They advise that income is best equalised at '' the earliest point at which all pensions (we have 3) come into payment''
I really don''t understand any of it so any advise will be gratefully received
Thank you

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16 Jul 12 #343559 by dukey
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It''s probably the most common question posed in reports, especially after a long marriage, it''s something needed before a pension share or offsetting can be talked about or an order of court made.

It''s all about what the division of assets or pension share is needed to be fair to both.

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16 Jul 12 #343602 by tatiana2009
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Thank you for replying, do you know what they mean about the different types of report?

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