Deferred Members' Forms & Guides
This form gives you the opportunity to express your wish as to who would benefit from the payment of three years’ pay, should you die in service, or the balance of 10 years worth of your pension, should you die under age 75 but within 10 years of retiring.
If you are not married or part of a registered civil partnership, but currently living with a ‘partner’, you can, by completing the Cohabiting Partners Notiification for Survivor’s Pension form, name a ‘survivor’ who, in the event of your death and provided the required criteria are satisfied at the tie of your death, would be eligible to receive a Survivor’s Pension payable for life.
The purpose of this guide is to assist members with their retirement planning. It should not be used instead of financial advice. If you require financial advice, you should appoint an independent financial advisor.
Whether you are still a contributing member of the Scheme, or you have deferred your pension, we still need to know how to inform you of the value of your benefits. It is therefore very important, that you keep us informed of any change of address you might have.
If you are joining another pension arrangement, you may wish to consider transferring your Local Government Pension Scheme benefits to it. Your new pension provider will require a Cash Equivalent Transfer Value (CETV) quotation from Merseyside Pension Fund, which you need to request by completing this form.
PLEASE NOTE: this form should not be used for a Divorce Enquiry.
Download this form (July 2020, PDF, 2 pages, 160KB)
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