PENSION CHANGES 2007 – ADVICE LEAFLETS

PENSION CHANGES 2007 – ADVICE LEAFLETS The Association has produced a series of advice leaflets regarding the proposed revision to teachers’ pensions. The leaflets addresses the effects of the proposals, including specific advice for certain groups of member for whom…

TEACHERS’ PENSIONS – OUTCOME OF NEGITIOATIONS

TEACHERS’ PENSIONS – OUTCOME OF NEGITIOATIONS To view the outline points of the recommendation of changes to the Teachers Pension Scheme click here. The view the full recommendations by the DfES click here.

PENSION CHANGES 2007 – ADVICE LEAFLETS

PENSION CHANGES 2007 – ADVICE LEAFLETS The Association has produced a series of advice leaflets regarding the proposed revision to teachers’ pensions. The leaflets addresses the effects of the proposals, including specific advice for certain groups of member for whom…

PROPOSED REVISIONS TO TEACHERS’ PENSIONS

PROPOSED REVISIONS TO TEACHERS’PENSIONS The nature of these proposals is almost identical to the detail which was outlined at Congress in May, and which has been discussed and approved by Salaries and Conditions of Service Committee. As a result, the…

PENSION UPDATE – 26 OCTOBER 2005

PENSION UPDATE – 26 OCTOBER 2005The General Secretary today issued a letter to members regarding the considerable progress that has been made on the future of teachers’ pensions following recent talks in London.You can view the General Secretary’s letter and…

Its Your Money – Key Points

KEY POINTS • Government proposal to raise minimum pension age from 60 to 65. • From 2006 all new entrants would be on the 65 retirement age. • For teachers currently in service under age 50 (today) each year worked…

Its Your Money

The Association seeks the help of its members, and indeed any concerned teachers, to protest to MPs and MSPs about the Government proposals to increase the pension age from 60 to 65. The Association urges its members to write to…