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160 days – that’s how long it took sessional GPs subcommittee member Mark Coley to get an answer from NHS Pensions and Capita about his total rewards statement, and just under 400 days to have the errors rectified. You can read the sorry saga in his blog.
There continue to be major problems with the updating of the online TRS system, and many GPs of all types remain in the dark. Despite repeated calls to NHSE, NHS Pensions and Capita, work is still ongoing.
The latest blog from Krishan Aggarwal guides you through what annualisation means. We need your help while we prepare for our final legal action within the 2015 NHS Pension Scheme. If you have been impacted by annualisation please read the blog, fill in the survey and email us with your responses at [email protected]. We need more test cases to strengthen our argument against this discriminatory process.
Krishan also provides updates on pensions via his regular blogs so do read these if you haven’t.
Matt Mayer has written a very useful blog on the winter indemnity scheme 2018-19 which will guide you through what this means for you and how to access it. The state-backed indemnity scheme remains with more questions than answers, and there is an ongoing lack of information from the Government. We will keep you updated as soon as we know more.
Zoe Norris is chair of the GPC UK sessional GPs subcommittee
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