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Pension help for fifties born women

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Jeanette Taylor

Dear Her Majesty's Treasury,

As all other groups in society are being helped in the current Covid19 crisis, is there any help planned for fifties born women who have see their pension age rise from 60 to 66 (in my case). Many do not qualify for certain benefits and would lose out by claiming them. I was born in 1955 and won't receive my pension until next January, I am a full-time carer for my husband who is bedridden and requires 24/7 care. We live off his State Pension, Pension Credit, Carer's Allowance (£67 per week) and Disability Living Allowance. Had I been informed of the changes I could have made alternative arrangements but I wasn't. We have had to use a Stepchange Debt Management Plan and struggle to make ends meet and the nearly £800 per month I should have been receiving for my pension would have made a big difference in our daily life. I have Emphysema so I am also at risk, however my GP informed me that I could geta job, who will give me a job at my age and health condition. I left school at 15 always paying full NI contributions and I will have paid nearly 50 years by the time I retire. Is there any concession planned to help the many women like me, a lot of whom have passed away before their extended pension date?

Yours faithfully,

Jeanette Taylor

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