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    Hi there,

    I just wanted to know is, how do I get a Pension, are there any qualifying jobs, when do I get my Pension, do any other savings that I have relate to my Pension?

    What is kinds of pensions are there?
    Can I take the Pension in as a Whole or do I have to get it paid separately to me?

    Example:

    If a teacher started to teach at the age of 25( experienced) and was earning £40,00 every year and wants to retire and stop working at the age of 69. How much will they take of that and how much will I get paid at the end of his Pension?
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    (Original post by adam_4531)
    Hi there,

    I just wanted to know is, how do I get a Pension, are there any qualifying jobs, when do I get my Pension, do any other savings that I have relate to my Pension?

    What is kinds of pensions are there?
    Can I take the Pension in as a Whole or do I have to get it paid separately to me?

    Example:

    If a teacher started to teach at the age of 25( experienced) and was earning £40,00 every year and wants to retire and stop working at the age of 69. How much will they take of that and how much will I get paid at the end of his Pension?
    It depends on the job and pension scheme, but generally a percentage if your monthly pay will go into your pension. So personally i work 7 hours a week currently for my lical council, and about £13 per month is taken out of my wages and put into my "pot" so if i work for them for the rest of my life that will then be my pension. Stuff happens if you move jobs like you get options

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    personally i'd look into my own options and consider a portfolio of mixed investments from physical bullion, premium objects(rare wine, watches and cars for example) and some auto-generating money in stocks and shares
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    (Original post by jamesthehustler)
    personally i'd look into my own options and consider a portfolio of mixed investments from physical bullion, premium objects(rare wine, watches and cars for example) and some auto-generating money in stocks and shares
    Christ James. Maybe for your fun money but not for a serious retirement pot!
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    (Original post by adam_4531)
    Example:

    If a teacher started to teach at the age of 25( experienced) and was earning £40,00 every year and wants to retire and stop working at the age of 69. How much will they take of that and how much will I get paid at the end of his Pension?
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    (Original post by Reue)
    Christ James. Maybe for your fun money but not for a serious retirement pot!
    if you stick to the rarest stuff you can make 500% in a couple of decades thanks to market demand and supply constraints
 
 
 
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