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Normal retirement age

The age at which an individual normally retires (60 to 70 for men and 55 to 70 for women). Men qualify for the state pension at 65 and women currently qualify at 60. However the qualifying normal retirement age for women will be increasing depending on their date of birth, the scale applying for those born after 6th April 1950. For personal pension plans individuals may take retirement between the ages of 50 and 75 and for retirement annuities between the ages of 60 and 75.



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