For the purposes of social security legislation, an individual’s pensionable age is determined by the following rules and tables. These gradually increase the pensionable age for women from the traditional age 60 to bring it into line with that for men, whilst also increasing the ages for both sexes. Dates in the table below are grouped in one-month periods. A person born towards the end of one of these periods would have a slightly younger pension age than someone born at the beginning.

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