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Cloverjo | 16:20 Thu 12th Mar 2020 | How it Works
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Husband got letter from the DWP to inform him of his new rate of State Pension. Reading the accompanying leaflet I found he was meant to inform them of any changes in circumstances including getting married.
We got married 18 months ago. I am not of pension age.
Would he get into trouble for not telling DWP sooner, and would his pension go up or down?
The gov.uk website is quite confusing on this.

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Phone them and ask, but whatever you do, dont just leave it.
I don't know but as you are not of pensionable age I would be very surprised if it would make any difference to his pension cj.
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Ok, thank you both.
I’ll contact them soon. Don’t want to get a fine, or worse.

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