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I would contact the Inland Revenue (UK), from what I have read on the link below I think you are exempt for tax in the UK, so have pay the tax US side.

British Pension - Frequently Asked Questions

Pension providers automatically deduct UK tax from pension income as earned income. However the tax treaty between the UK and US allows for a US resident to apply to the UK Revenue and US IRS not to have UK tax deducted at source. This requires Form FD 13 to be submitted for approval. When approval has been given the pension income will then be assessed for US income tax.
 

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I read your response with interest Jane.

Does that also apply to UK State pensions? I am just trying to get some idea for the future when I qualify.

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Hi, I'm really not sure - I just found this site after doing a quick search, maybe if you follow the link it will direct you to the answer.
Jane
 
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