State pension & part time work

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Pensions, Annuities & Retirement Planning
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hollyp_3hollyp_3 Forumite
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How do you count one year of pension contribution?
What happens if you work part time?
I think I have 30 years but for 6 of these I worked part time, do they count?


  • margaretclaremargaretclare Forumite
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    If you paid full NI contributions while working part-time, yes they do count.

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  • CISCIS Forumite
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    Its not the part time bit that counts its the total NI you've paid/been credited with that matters.

    Best bet is to get a state pension forecast
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  • seven-day-weekendseven-day-weekend Forumite
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    I did two years of part-time service towards the end of my career and earned enough to pay NI, therefore these years count towards my pension.
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