Tuesday, 29 April 2014

AF&V Your Pension

If you have served for any length of time after 1975 and left the forces after 1 January 1986, you are entitled to a pension at 60 or 65. The Current Armed Forces Pension Scheme (AFPS) maPension Pigy suit some, but not all.

You do not have to remain in the Armed Forces Pension Scheme - you have the choice to switch to your own Self Invested Pension Plan (SIPP) which has many benefits including:
John (Lofty) Rames
Branch or Service: Royal Air ForceLength of Service: 15 Years
Rank on Discharge: Corporal
Pension Transfer Value: £88,000

Paul Gregson
Branch or Service: RN Fleet Air Arm
Length of Service: 10 years
Rank on Discharge: POAEA
Pension Transfer Value: £76,000

Graham Tate
Amicus Global Consultancy Limited
Mob: 07989 295128 | Tel: 0113 322 7922 | Email:  graham@amicusgcl.com    
Address: 9 Queens Court | Great Preston | Leeds | West Yorkshire | LS26 8DD

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