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    I was just wondering what pension I would be getting when my wife retires I get mine now and wife will retire in March 2020, what happens does she get her pension and I get mine or are they lump together
    Also, she runs a shop and whats the amount you can earn before it affects your pension or your due to pay tax
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    She gets her own pension. It's not added to yours.

    she can get a state pension forecast at https://www.gov.uk/check-state-pension

    what she earns after the pension begins does not affect it at all. She can get 12850 tax free, if she has self employed income, but the pension is included in that.

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