The British Medical Association
Over the last 12 months we produced a series of regular monthly updates to help you prepare for the introduction of the new 2015 NHS Pension Scheme on 1 April.
Refresh your knowledge and get up to speed with the new scheme.
Review all updates
Benefits in the new 2015 NHS pension scheme won't be as good as in previous schemes, but it's still considered to be better than what's available on the open market.
What do you think?
Have your say in the new pensions blog.
Preparation for retirement has become increasingly important as people retire earlier and live longer.
Our expert speakers will provide you with sound, practical information about many retirement issues, at seminars across the UK.
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Our retirement guide covers:
- your entitlements
- HMRC limits
- retirement age
- giving notice to the
NHS pensions agencies
- late retirement
- payment of benefits
- returning to work after retirement.
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Pensions are a complex and changing issue for doctors. The BMA offers comprehensive guidance on the 1995 and 2008 sections of the NHS pension scheme. Find out more on:
See our pensions A-Z for quick links to all of our pension FAQs.
Guidance on tax related issues:
Annual allowance statement
Lifetime allowance (with 2016 update)
Changes to the annual allowance from 2014
Mental Health Officers and fixed protection
Information for members contributing towards other public sector schemes
Proposed changes to the USS
Local Government Pension Scheme
Armed Forces Pension Scheme
Ministry of Justice breach of regulations
Contribution rates from 1 April 2015
Salaried GPs self assessment form
GP employers - locums, returning retired GPs and more
GPs employers - rules for employing staff
Can't find the pension information you need? Or got a complex question?
Our pension experts provide advice across a range of issues specific to the NHS Pension scheme.
Contact the pensions team
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