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lol, you don't by chance work in my local admin office do you?????
Thanks for the advice but JPAC just say that I should speak to my HR department for rules and regs as it doesn't affect my current wage.
My HR Dept say I should speak to JPAC. has anyone else ever experienced this problem, this is the reason I have brought the question here as this is where (in my experience) some helpful people hang out.
On your commissioning paperwork there will be a section on pensions, dependant on waht they offer you in terms of commission. It has been a while since I last personally dealth with a commission, but I would have thought if you ring JPAC and speak to the pensions section they should be able to asist as they have the latest regs etc
Had a look at it but you get to tell it what you are on so not helpful although it does make me think that if I can stay on 75 then I would probably go for the commission. 05 still makes me think that the government weren't going to offer me anything that was to my benefit (my opinion only).
Your terms of service and the pension scheme are completely different for the purposes of LE commissioning. If you previously elected to stay on AFPS75 then when you convert to IRC(LE) or SSC(LE) your pension is unaffected.