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Question 7.6 ... "Are you or your spouse receiving any public funds? YES .... Or .... NO

Are state "Pensions" considered Public Funds?

Then at the bottom of that same page it asks ...
"Do you receive a state pension "credit"."
What is a state pension credit ?

None of the other benefits listed on that grid are things we get, and I don't think we get a state pension "credit" but don't know what a pension credit is.

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Definitely as clever octopus says, pensions are not public funds. Pension credits are something you apply for if you are not receiving enough pension.....I think! So you would know if you are receiving same.
 

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Thanks Whatshouldwedo,

Our pensions are enough for us to live on, so no need to ask for anything extra.
Appreciate you taking the time and effort to help me out.
 
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