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Document How is my employer informed that I have Added Years / half cost Added Years / Additional Pension contract when I change employers?

When you join a new employer, it is your responsibility to inform them of any ongoing Added Benefit contracts that you may have, such as Added Years contracts or Additional Pensions, as long as you have not had a break in service of 12 months or more.

 

Employers with access to Pensions Online (POL) will inform us through the system that you have commenced employment with them. Your employer will then receive a notification through the notice board on POL to advise them of any Added Benefit contracts that you may have in payment.

 

Employers who do not have access to POL will send us a paper copy of the joiner form to inform us you have commenced employment with them. Your employer will then receive a manual paper SD55 notification from NHS Pensions to advise them of any Added Benefit contracts that you may have in payment.

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