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State pension

Anyone receiving the full new state pension will get an extra £19 a week from Monday, April 10, 2023, onwards, while anyone who reached state pension age before April 2016 (and receives the full basic state pension) will get an extra £14 weekly.

That takes the former to £10,600 a year or £203.85 per week for 2023/24, from £185.15 in the last financial year, and the latter to £8,100 a year or £156.20, up from £141.85.

Full new state pension: £203.85 (from £185.15)Basic old State Pension: (Category A or B): £156.20 (from £141.85)

It should be noted to receive any form of state pension, people need to have made at least 10 years’ worth of National Insurance (NI) contributions and 35 years if they hope to receive the full amount.

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