How Many Years do I need to Contribute for a UK State Pension?
UK State Pensions have changed, if you are born up to April 1953 you may qualify for the Basic state pension with a minimum of 10 years National Insurance (NI) contributions and a maximum of 30 years.
Your date of birth and sex determines the exact retirement date and entitlement
The last basic State pensions were paid in 2016, unless deferred.
The New State pension is for men born after 6/4/1951 or women born after 6/4/1953. Again a minimum 10 year National Insurance contribution is required but a longer 35 year contribution history.
The pension is a flat rate per week of: £164.35
In Year: 2018/19
Healthcare in Cyprus is changing.
From 26th of April 2019 the doors will open on Cyprus’ National Health Service.
This is a completely new service that has been in preparation for a number of years, including massive business and structural changes.
This guide will provide you with all the information you need, as an expat to access the health service.
Social & National Health Insurance Rates in Cyprus for 2019/20. This download covers employers, employees, self employed & retired.
We have prepared a free sample of the letter to elect to keep you pension taxed under the old rules.
ProACT Sam discusses the in depth issues for families and businesses living and working abroad with the looming EU Brexit for Expats early in 2019.
Contact us, ProACT EU Brexit for Expats Experts, for a free review and guidance.