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The State Pension is based on your own contributions and in general you will not be able to claim on your spouse or civil partner’s contributions at retirement or if you are widowed or divorced.
If you reach State Pension age after 6 April 2016, you might be able to use the time you worked abroad to make up some of the qualifying years that you need to get the new State Pension. Find out more about the new State Pension if you have lived or worked overseas If you have gaps in your record and want to boost your State Pension, you could make voluntary NI contributions.
If you are a woman who paid the reduced rate ‘married woman’s contributions’, you may be able to use these contributions towards the State Pension.
Contact the Pension Service to find out more If you’re not on course to get a full State Pension, there may be some things you can do to help boost your pension.
This year's edition provides a high-level snapshot of the current landscape of occupational DC trust-based pension provision in the UK.
It's based on a wide-ranging data set covering around 35,000 current schemes from the pension schemes register, with an effective date of 31 December 2015.
The information is based on data provided by schemes on returns we issued from July to December 2015 and relates to the levy year 2014 to 2015 or earlier.