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Document If I am subject to abatement and have a change in circumstances, who should I contact?

If you are an NHS pensioner who has returned to work in the NHS, you should  provide details of your new employment and, if applicable, any subsequent changes to your employment by submitting a Pensioner re-employment form. You should complete Part 1 and your employer will complete Part 2. This form allows NHS Pensions to calculate whether your pension needs to be abated (reduced). The form can be found on our website.

If you are subject to abatement, are reaching your Normal Retirement Age and you retired prior to 6 March 1995, you will be subject to abatement until age 70 or until your re-employment ends. NHS Pensions will automatically cease abating your pension once you reach age 70. If your re-employment ends before age 70, your employer should notify NHS Pensions of this.

If you are subject to abatement, are reaching your Normal Retirement Age and you retired after 6 March 1995, you will be subject to abatement until age 60. NHS Pensions will automatically cease abatement one month prior to your 60th birthday. NHS Pensions will then request pay details from your employer from 1 April of the termination tax year (the last tax year in which you will be subject to abatement) until the day before your 60th birthday.

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