Pension Increase for 1992 Redundees

#1
[align=justify]Hi all,

I am a former soldier and I was made redundant in 1992 after 18 years service. In 1992 I commuted my pension and received a lump sum and I have recently heard that my pension payments will increase when I am 55 to that of a current Corporals pay (18 twenty seconds of that). I will be 55 on March 29th.

Does anyone know if this true or not?

Regards
Geoff



And remember: You never get a Second Chance to make a First Impression. - Services Resettlement Officer - 1992
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#3
oldbaldy said:
All pensioners get an uplift at 55.
Have a read of this
http//www.arrse.co.uk/cpgn2/Forums/viewtopic/t=30271/postdays=0/postorder=asc/start=0.html
Thanks for that m8 - very helpful Info.

Geoff
 

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