Minimum pension age definition

What does Minimum pension age mean?

From minimum pension age, members can enjoy their pension scheme benefits. They must take these benefits between the ages of 55 (prior to 6 April 2010, age 50) and 75. It is the earliest date at which a member can take retirement benefits, other than on grounds of ill-health.

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