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VIDEO: Are you a winner or loser of the new flat-rate state pension?

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19/08/2013
Andy Zanelli of AXA Wealth explains what the new flat-rate state pension means for you.

Under the new flat-rate state pension, retirees will get £144 per week in today’s money.

The initiative comes into force in April 2016. This three minute guide will help get you prepared.

 

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