Reader Question: Will my investments affect my State Pension entitlement?

1 min Read Published: 20 Feb 2012

Get an answer to your financial question online Reader Question:

Hi,

If I have £100,000 in an ISA, will this affect my state pension?

 

My response:

No it won't as the State Pension is not means tested. Your State Pension depends purely on how many qualifying years of National Insurance Contributions (NICs) you have built up.

I hope that helps.

Damien


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