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My husband gets the pension i have retired and the company has given me a lump sum amout of long service leave does he have to log that in on his pension or will it affect the amount he will recive

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If you are receiving the pension as a couple ---yes as it goes to combined assets
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I am 62 years and paid full stamp, I therefor get a full state pension. When my husband retires at 65 years in 5 years time, he has also paid full stamp for the correct amount of years and will get the...


My friend, I don't know what a full stamp is ... I don't know what state you are from or even what country you live in, and please dont say. Please don't post any more personal data here on this web site. What you are doing is very dangerous for you.

I am sure if you call the agency from which you retired, they will give you full particulars on your retirement plan and the best way for you and your husbant to file. Better yet, he is not retired yet, there must be at least a personal liaison where he works. He should go to that office or person and get the information he and you require.

If I had to guess to the answer ... based on where I live ... and my scant knowledge of the subject ... you each earned you retirement, you should each get full benefit of what you earned.

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