The basic State Pension is a regular payment from the government that you get when you reach State Pension Age (SPA). To qualify, you must have paid National Insurance contributions. The maximum level of State Pension you can currently receive is £113.10.

For individuals born after 6 April 1951 you will qualify for the new State Pension. The full new State Pension will be no less than £7,716.80 per annum. The actual amount will be set in Autumn 2015.

The service provided by Corporate Benefits was very helpful in my husband and me attaining our dream of early retirement.  Their approach was that they knew the specific issues that we would have to deal with, provided answers, resulting in a beneficial outcome.  My husband had three pensions and they dealt with the complexities of this with expertise.  They are professional, knowledgeable and extremely helpful.
Mr & Mrs McHendryGlasgow