Blog: State Pension worry as Brexit could cost a group of pensioners over £140,000 – this is how – Express

“An inflation linked state pension of £175.20 a week is worth £336,500, whereas one that doesn’t increase is worth £191,000 – which is £145,500 less.”

However, the impact of the end of the transition period is also likely to affect those who have not reached state pension age yet.

This is because this change could usher in alternations to credits for those who live abroad.

As Mr Cameron explained, people who live and work in the EEA or Switzerland by December 31, 2020 can continue to build up credits under the process of ‘social security co-ordination’.

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