Good With Your Money
If you're looking to maximise your income in retirement, a good place to start is with your State Pension. If you're not getting the full amount or are not on track for it, then it's worth considering topping up. The cost of doing this is effectively subsidised by the Government which means it can be very good value for money.
The rules about who can top up, how much it costs and what impact it will have on your State Pension are complex and have changed recently with the introduction of the new State Pension system in April 2016.
The aim of this guide is to help you navigate these various rules and regulations and make a more informed choice about whether or not to top up your State Pension. There are charts to help you with this and links through to useful notes with further information. You can read the document online or print it off