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Do I need to buy added years for my pension?

I started work with the nhs at age 26 (initially as a hospital doctor, but I've been a gp for the last 3 years). I'm now 36. Do I need to buy any added years if i am planning to continue working fulltime as a gp and retire at age 63. As I understand it, I will need to work for 40 years for the NHS to get the full pension. I am in the process of getting my pension estimate from the NHS pension service.

Shane Stack

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