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Even dogs need a pension for a comfortable retirement

In the first scheme of its kind in the UK, police dogs are to get their own pensions worth up to £1,500 each.  The scheme starts in December in Nottingham, and will ensure that the dogs' veterinary bills are covered after they retire.

Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping said that it was important for both police officers and the dogs to get a 'decent retirement' after working hard for the police. 

So perhaps TPAS staff need to be prepared to answer enquiries from dogs…

Are you on track for a comfortable retirement? 

If you're not sure, why not take charge today and find out? 

Do you know how much you are likely to get from the state, or what your state pension age is?  To find out more about the state pension, click here.  

Do you know how much you will get from your workplace or personal pension scheme?  Find your pension statements and see what they say.  If you haven't had a pension statement for a while, request one from your pension provider, and make sure you tell them if you move house.

Perhaps you haven't got a pension yet and are unsure where to start.  Read more about pension schemes on our website here

If you have questions about any aspect of pension saving, please contact us using one of the following methods.  

  • Call our helpline on 0845 601 2923.
  • Talk to one of our advisers online here.
  • Use our web based enquiry form here.
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