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    Thunderpants
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    • 14th Aug 08, 5:12 PM
    Army Pension 14th Aug 08 at 5:12 PM
    Can anyone help me understand the ARMY pension scheme, I was discharged from the forces in 2001 on a medical discharge and was subsequently given a war pension(50% disabled) and non taxable service pension.

    I have been advised that the service pension is indexed linked and payable at the age of 55, currently aged 49. My question is how do i know what pension i will be getting at aged 55 and how does index linking work, any advice would be appreciated.

    But please make it easy to understand as my brain is a bit damaged.
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