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I know this is not specifically a property related question, but I am a full-time landlord with a limited company and my salary comes from property letting.
I realise that I need 35 years of NI contributions to receive the full state pension. My question is will the last half year of employment when I reach state pension age of 66 be counted as one of those years?
My State Pension date is 6-Nov
My salary is above or equal to the secondary threshold but below the income tax personal allowance.
I will continue to work after 6-Nov, at the salary mention and I understand that from that date I will no longer have to pay NI employee contributions.
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odd it won't seem to copy the link but am using my phone and clearly not good at it!
google age UK state pension and it is a odd document dated April 18
Sorry I cannot find it, any other details you can supply on what you saw, as I have also been searching for this answer and cannot find an answer.
I can’t answer your question fully but I understand you will not pay NI but your company will still pay
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I believe it will count if you earn enough to take you over the threshold in the half year., but https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/for...y.php?f=19 might be a better place to ask.
AGE UK has excellent resource which I think was Debbie original link. Does not allow pdf linking on PT.
google - ‘Factsheet 19 State pension’
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Thanks for all the replies, it looks as if the last half year will not count as a contributing year, but I am still trying to digest all the information.
I spoke to the NI help desk yesterday, who said that that year would not count as it wasn't a complete year, but it sounded like a "stock answer" from the help desk, and I have little confidence in their help-desk personnel.