State Pension age
Your State Pension age is the earliest age you can start receiving your State Pension. It may be different to the age you can get a workplace or personal pension. Find out more about early retirement and its effect on your pension.
Your State Pension age is worked out based on your gender and date of birth. To find out more, go to the link below:
The online calculator to check your State Pension age is available on the GOV.UK website:
Review of State Pension age
The State Pension age is under review and may change in the future. Find out more about the proposed new timetable for State Pension age increases on the GOV.UK website.
Working after State Pension age
You can keep working past the State Pension age. 'Default retirement age' (a forced retirement age of 65) no longer exists.
Find out how much State Pension you could get
You can check your State Pension to calculate how much you could get.