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Pension start date

Your standard pension date corresponds to the date on which you first receive state pension.

You will receive a pension from us as of the first day of the month in which you initially receive a state pension. The date on which your state pension becomes effective depends on when you were born. If you were born after 1954, your state retirement age is 67 years 3 months. After 1 January 2022, the state retirement age will depend on the average life expectancy. Here, you can calculate when you'll first get your state pension. 

Retiring early or later
You can retire early, but you can also delay your retirement. You may also wish to retire partially and work the rest of the time.  Read more about retiring early or later.

It is also important to know that
Even if you were born after 1954, the pension planner still takes account of a retirement age of 67 years