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Posted - 05 October 2008 : 09:38:48
Sorry another question - we have frozen pensions we used to pay in to. They are not due until we retire 2030 and 2032. Can the OR cash these in? I think all together they are worth about 7500 pounds.
Posted - 05 October 2008 : 09:45:09
We have 2 pesnions that are frozen till about the samae time ares were safe as they are within there guidelines for certain pension schemes.
Which type are yours.
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Posted - 05 October 2008 : 09:48:48
OH is Standard Life stakeholder pers pension scheme he used to pay in to and a Norwich Union one where at the end of the time they buy units for you(I think a unit trust???) Mine work pensions x2 but transferred into one and frozen.
Posted - 05 October 2008 : 10:26:58
Do you know which ones they dont touch??
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