YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO THE UK STATE PENSION
Did you work for more than 3 years in the United Kingdom?
Are you now living back in Ireland?
Do you have a UK National Insurance number?
Are You Willing To Pay For Added UK State Pension Rights?
Are you aware a UK state pension is much cheaper to buy than a private pension?
Why Not Look At The Possibilities?
If you answered Yes to the questions above then, contact us immediately!
URGENT...time is running out. Deadlines apply to paying for additional qualifying years.
WHY THE URGENCY?
The saga of Brexit is finally over.... or, is it! In any case, while trade implications are proving controversial your rights to a UK state pension based on your National Insurance record remain unaffected. People often forget they have accumulated certain entitlements from their time working in the UK, one of the most overlooked is their rights to a UK state pension.
While state pensions are typically modest they can be a valuable source of income in retirement.
The UK state pension in summary
To qualify for any UK state pension you must have a minimum of 10 qualifying years on your National Insurance record. Your National Insurance record effectively reflects the National Insurance deductions you paid to Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC) while working in the UK. So, if John only has 9 years he will qualify for no pension at all.
OUR SATISFIED CLIENTS
Very simple process and explained well. I was completely unaware of the potential in boosting my National Insurance record in the UK. I had left and returned to Ireland nearly 20 years ago and had long since forgotten those hazy summer (single !!) days crossing Clapham Common. This will definitely be a welcome boost and for a modest cost.
I worked in Scotland in the early-mid 90s, came home and thought no more about it until I accidently came across USP Financial looking for something else. I had no idea that a UK state pension was even possible given I had only spent 4 years there. True, I had to spend a few £££s but the value I received when it was explained to me was immense. I am really happy that I’ve done this.
Yeah, a bit sceptical at first but I had a sense I was entitled to something after 10 years in Manchester (red, not blue!!). I didn’t realise it was as easy as simple as making a small payment to the Inland Revenue to add even more benefits.
Look, I knew a bit about this but I thought after Brexit I better check up, you just don’t know what those politicians will agree so, I paid up. As far as I am concerned, I’m now entitled to £110 per week from age 66 after paying up an extra €5,520.... I get it back in less than one year!!