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Qualifying Years

The amount of State pension someone receives in retirement depends on the number of qualifying years they have paid weekly National Insurance contributions. To receive the full State pension you should have 30 qualifying years of National Insurance Contributions. If you have less qualifying years you will receive a smaller basis State pension. However, you may some weeks credited to you (treated as paid) if you were getting certain social security benefits. Spouses may get a State pension based on their partner’s contributions, if they don’t have enough qualifying years.