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|Will you get a pension?|
| Claiming Your Pension
|Disability Support Pension|
The Australian government offers an Age Pension for older citizens who cannot fully fund their retirement through an allocated pension. This pension is paid through Centrelink. Pension payments are described by the government as an “adequate” income in retirement. However, many seniors would not agree as a single Age Pension entitlement, with all supplements, is currently around $19,400 per annum.
Not every Australian will be eligible for an Age Pension.
This site keeps you up-to-date with pension increases, the disability support pension and changes to Centrelink rulings including whether you can still claim your pension while overseas.
UK pension reforms are set to affect those living outside the British Isles.
Is your pension covered by an International Social Security Agreement?
How much could you lose by having an overseas pension?
How do you know if you’re eligible for the Pension Bonus?
Debbie clarifies what people should be receiving with the pension increases
Can you get the Age Pension if you stop working before 65?
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