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26 Nov 2010 00:00 by Benicarlo Star rating. 18 posts Send private message

I have worked in Spain for 28 years and paid up my UK National Insurance contributions (30 years) Does anyone know what the form is. How do the Spanish authorities calculate the pension and do they deduct what comes over from the UK. I have been told by Customs and Revenue Newcastle that I have to apply through the Spanish authorities. I would rather leave mu UK money in the UK and not have to enrich the banks when I need pounds for visits to the UK. Any help would be appreciated





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27 Nov 2010 01:13 by Poppyseed Star rating. 887 posts Send private message

Are you saying you've contributed to both systems?



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27 Nov 2010 09:54 by reidpj Star rating. 256 posts Send private message

Hi

You claim in the country that you are resident (within the EU) and they sort it out with any other (EU) country.

 

Peter





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27 Nov 2010 17:55 by Benicarlo Star rating. 18 posts Send private message

When I left the UK I had 18 years paid into the British system and I then started to pay into the Spanish system and have done so for almost 28 years.

During this time I made contact with Newcastle and they gave me the option to pay up 12 years to get the full pension (100 pounds a week approx) so at the amount I paid around 2500 euros  it seemed like a good investment to get 100% not 60% for however many years I have left.

They sent me a letter saying that I was now entitiled to 100% but when the time came not to contact them as it would only delay things but to make claims throught the Spanish Social Security. Well y 65th is next summer and I am not sure what will happen





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27 Nov 2010 20:03 by reidpj Star rating. 256 posts Send private message

29 Nov 2010 09:49 by claire T Star rating in Torremendo, Orihuela. 699 posts Send private message

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Hi Benicarlo - I qualified for a UK pension before I moved here a few years ago and am now working and paying contributions to Spain.  I went to one of the roadshows run by the British Consulate and they said that when I receive my UK pension it will be paid to me by Spain, and that Spain will top it up based on my contributions here.

I don't know what will happen if Spain moves to a later retirement age before I am due my UK pension but, as I still have 10 years to go, I will just have to wait and see.

 



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08 Jun 2011 18:15 by Crayford Star rating. 1 posts Send private message

Does anyone have any updated info regarding the Spanish pension system, please? I have paid into the UK system and have a pension forecast from them, but now pay as an autonomo in the Canaries. I will have paid for 9 years before attemping to draw a pension, however I am unable to get any form of forecast from the Spanish authorities. I understand that Uk will pay seperately, in UK, so that is ok, but would like to find out even a rough idea of what the Spanish might pay? They have said to enquire 3 months before I am due to retire, and they will tell me, but that is 5 years away.

Is there anyone out there who has encountered this situation recently as I am obviously not the only person with this conundrum.

Thank you, Mike





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08 Jun 2011 18:56 by lobin Star rating. 183 posts Send private message

 Go to the website of the INSS (Instituto Nacional de la Seguridad Social) and if you need it have someone with good Spanish capabilities help you locate the pension calculator that they have in the website.  You have to introduce the details of your contributions to the Spanish SS and the application will calculate your annual and monthly pension payments if you were to start receiving the pension in 2011.  There is no way you can calculate what your pension will be in five years' time because pensions are regulated every year in the National Budget.





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