Q: I will be taking my NHS pension at age 60. My partners know I will be working no more than 16 hours per week for a month, and then returning to my usual hours. Is it right that around 20 per cent of my income will no longer go to the NHS Pension Scheme (NHSPS), and therefore my drawings could rise by the same amount? I think it is reasonable within a normal partnership agreement for this money to be allocated to my drawings so that I could put them into a different pension arrangement for the next few years.

by Jenny Stone

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