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.

edchCorporate Benefits offers a highly professional service with a level of personal attention not often found nowadays. I have dealt with the team for many years now and would not go past them.

They have guided our organisation through the complexities of changing pension plans and providers and made it easy for us to implement the changes. I find them friendly and approachable and trust them implicitly to always give us the best of advice on all financial matters.

I therefore have no hesitation in recommending them to other businesses or individuals.

Rosemary EgglestonTreasurerThe Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home