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#pension age

# pension-age - Tuesday 20 September, 2022

Pension age to stay at 66, but higher payments for those who continue to work
# Pension Age
# Pension Age

Pension age to stay at 66, but higher payments for those who continue to work

Updated Tue 2:15 PM 65,727 Views 57 Comments

# pension-age - Saturday 23 July, 2022

Poll: At what age would you like to retire?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Poll: At what age would you like to retire?

Jul 23rd 2022, 9:57 AM 57,725 Views 105 Comments

The State pension age is currently 66.

# pension-age - Friday 1 July, 2022

Pension age shouldn't go beyond 66, says Micheál Martin
# Pension Age
# Pension Age

Pension age shouldn't go beyond 66, says Micheál Martin

Jul 1st 2022, 3:49 PM 14,593 Views 18 Comments

Additional PRSI contributions will be needed to ensure the pension age is not increased, says Micheál Martin.

# pension-age - Wednesday 8 June, 2022

Proposals on possible pension age increase to go to Govt before summer recess, says minister
# Retirement
# Retirement

Proposals on possible pension age increase to go to Govt before summer recess, says minister

Jun 8th 2022, 2:47 PM 36,219 Views 50 Comments

The Pensions Commission has recommended a gradual increase in the qualification age from 66 to 68 over the next 17 years.

# pension-age - Wednesday 27 April, 2022

Proposals on State pension age to be brought to Govt 'very soon', says minister
# Pension Age
# Pension Age

Proposals on State pension age to be brought to Govt 'very soon', says minister

Apr 27th 2022, 5:26 PM 26,124 Views 20 Comments

The Pension Commission has recommended that the State pension age should rise to 67 by 2031.

# pension-age - Tuesday 29 March, 2022

The government's launched a plan to auto-enrol workers for pensions - here's how it will work
# Explainer
# Explainer

The government's launched a plan to auto-enrol workers for pensions - here's how it will work

Mar 29th 2022, 6:29 PM 18,769 Views 15 Comments

The auto-enrolment pension scheme is set to come into effect in early 2024.

# pension-age - Wednesday 2 February, 2022

Government to keep 'open mind' on committee recommendation to maintain state pension at age 66
# Pension
# Pension

Government to keep 'open mind' on committee recommendation to maintain state pension at age 66

Updated Feb 2nd 2022, 9:07 PM 36,025 Views 41 Comments

An Oireachtas Committee has said the pension age should not be increased.

# pension-age - Thursday 7 October, 2021

State pension age set to rise by three months each year from 2028 until it hits 67 in 2031
# Working Life
# Working Life

State pension age set to rise by three months each year from 2028 until it hits 67 in 2031

Updated Oct 7th 2021, 7:37 PM 47,362 Views 68 Comments

The government this evening published Pension Commission report.

# pension-age - Wednesday 15 July, 2020

Pension age unsustainable in the long term, according to report by fiscal council
# Pension Age
# Pension Age

Pension age unsustainable in the long term, according to report by fiscal council

Jul 15th 2020, 6:10 AM 32,467 Views 48 Comments

Increased costs due to pensions and healthcare will drive future fiscal policy.

# pension-age - Wednesday 22 January, 2020

Bríd Smith: The main political parties 'loaded the gun and pulled the trigger on the pension age'
# Ge2020
# Ge2020

Bríd Smith: The main political parties 'loaded the gun and pulled the trigger on the pension age'

Jan 22nd 2020, 4:05 PM 17,730 Views 94 Comments

People Before Profit TDs have called for the pension age to be reversed to 65.

# pension-age - Thursday 22 November, 2012

Column: Why force people to retire at 65, or any age?
# Opinion
# Opinion

Column: Why force people to retire at 65, or any age?

Nov 22nd 2012, 7:00 AM 1,326 Views 36 Comments

Scrapping mandatory retirement means people can contribute to the economy – and their pensions – for as long as they wish, writes Peter Kavanagh.