Did you ever work in the UK?

Canadian Alliance of British Pensioners

The following is sponsored content.

If you worked in the UK, then chances are that you might one day be eligible to receive a British pension, even though you are now living in Canada.

There are some criteria that you have to meet, but if you worked there for as little as one year, you could still be eligible when you reach retirement age. Click here to find out when that will be www.gov.uk/state-pension-age.

The Canadian Alliance of British Pensioners (CABP) is a not-for-profit group that provides all sorts of useful and knowledgeable information that can assist you in determining your future pension entitlement.

Example #1: Our current chairman emigrated to Canada in 1976 after only working six years in the UK. With the help of CABP pension experts, he is now getting almost $10,000 every year from his UK pension!

Example #2: A 75-year-old lady emigrated to Canada after working in the UK for 12 years. She was entitled to a UK pension 10 years ago but didn’t know it.

CABP recently helped her apply for her pension and when she receives it, she will get her annual amount going forward plus 10 years of uncollected pension! The amount that she will receive is still being calculated but it will be a significant sum of unexpected money.

It is hard to believe but it is true! Perhaps a pension is possible for you and if you join us we will help you find out.

Regardless of your age, now is the time to be looking into your British pension eligibility because every year that you delay might reduce your future amount.

Check out CABP’s website www.britishpensions.com or call the Toronto office at 416-253-6402.

It could be the smartest financial decision you have ever made.

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