Your guide to the Police pensions calculators

You might be interested in a pension estimate or perhaps you’re thinking about purchasing additional pension benefits. Our handy calculators can help, and the quick guide below will help you find the right calculator for you.

Retirement Calculators

Whether you're thinking about retiring or interested in how much your pension is worth, our retirement calculators can help.

The calculators will provide you with an estimate of the pension benefits and lump-sum you will receive at retirement.

If you're planning your retirement, you can check out the retirement area of our website for more information.

There are two calculators available which can help you plan for your retirement:

Police Pension Calculator

This calculator does not take account of the impact of  the 2015 remedy on affected members’ pension benefits.

Members retiring before the pension remedy legislation is expected to be in place (1 October 2023), can use this calculator to estimate the benefits they will receive if they plan to retire before that time.

2015 Remedy Calculator

If you're pension is affected by the 2015 remedy, you can use this calculator to estimate both your legacy and reformed scheme benefits at retirement.

The pension remedy legislation required to give members their choice of legacy or reformed scheme benefits is expected to be in place by 1 October 2023.  If you plan to retire before this date, your pension will be paid using the current scheme rules. You will be offered a choice once the necessary processes are in place and any pension benefits due will be backdated to your retirement date.

Unfortunately, this calculator does not yet provide calculations for members with 2006 scheme benefits. We will let members know once this service is available.


Additional Pension Calculator

Are you interested in purchasing extra pension contributions?

Our additional pension calculator will give you an idea of how much extra pension you can buy. This is based on the amount you’d be willing to pay either as a single lump-sum amount or through regular monthly payments.

If you're unsure, you can check out the additional pensions area of our website for more information.

Please note that our calculator estimates are illustrative examples and are for guidance purposes only. If you require financial advice, you should contact an independent financial adviser. 

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