As part of the government’s health and social care reforms, around 1.3 million pensioners over the age of 65 who earn more than £9,568, will be paying national insurance contributions on their earnings for the first time.
For those who have retired, the reforms will mean a temporary suspension of the triple lock which ensures state pensions rise annually by the highest of inflation, 2.5% or the average wage increase.
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