There are new rules which are going to be affecting the rules of British nationals who are currently receiving the payment which has been stated by the government. The department of pension and work which is DWP has announced some changes when we talk about state pension which is going to be introduced next year in the early days. the changes which have been done are going to affect some of the British nationals who currently receive the payment which has been stated by the government.
State Pension Rule Changes 2022
The people who have reached the age of pension who are currently 66 years old are going to be able to claim the pension in the state, but it seems like it has been announced by the government of UK, the people who are in abroad are going to have different calculated payment. It has taken place after Uk left the European Union after the whole scenario with Brexit.
The state pension of the person is going to be dependent upon the National Insurance record and it is going to take into account the National Insurance which has been built before the new state pension was being introduced in the year 2016 and also when we talk about credits and contributors.
It has been stated, people are not going to get the same amount which has been stated by the trustworthy sources, the full rate when we talk about new state pension is currently 179.60 Euros which is for a week which is just over 9,350 Euros a year.
The latest update which has come from the government is that the pension which is going to be calculated is going to be affecting the people who have moved to EEA, EU or when we talk about Switzerland and also those people who have lived in previously in New Zealand, Canada, and Australia before 1st March 2021.
The person who delivers the state pension who is the DWP has explained, the changes are going to be affecting the people, doesn’t matter the fact if they have claimed their pension or not and he has stated further, the changes are going to be approved by the UK parliament.
It has already been seen, the state pension has increased by 2.5% which has happened in the month of April, the annual rise has been the result of the ruling which is ‘triple lock’ which has worked as a safeguard for the pension takers as they are not going to lose value because of the inflation rate.