Local Government Pension Scheme 2008 information
(Only complete the LGPS 2008 section if the member joined the LGPS prior to 1 April 2014)
Final Pay (Actual and FTE if Part-Time) (best of the last 3 years or the average of any three consecutive years within the last ten) - This is the figure that will be used to calculate the pension and lump sum benefits linked to the employee's membership built up to 31 March 2014. Normally this will be the earnings on which pension contributions have been deducted for the last 365 days of pensionable employment but can be one of the previous two 365 days periods if these yield a higher figure. This is also the full-time equivalent value of pay if the member was part-time.
- Actual Annual Salary at Date of Leaving - This is the pay being received on the day that the employee leaves employment and is the actual part-time rate where applicable.
- FTE - This is the full time equivalent rate of pay at the date of leaving if the member is a part-time employment.
- Has the member had a reduction in FTE pay during the last 10 years of employment?.
LGPS 2014 information
Cumulative Pensionable Pay This is the total actual pay that the member paid contributions on from 1 April last to their date of leaving.
Monthly breakdown of pensionable pay received
Please provide a monthly breakdown of pensionable pay received from 1 April last to date of leaving. Please also confirm under which section the member contributed to each month (MAIN section or 50/50 section).
Last Contractual Hours Per Week - This is the number of hours that a part-time employee was contracted to work per week at the date of leaving. This will be used to check against the last details recorded on the member's pension record.
Full Time Equivalent - The number of hours that a full-time equivalent employee would have worked
Last Contractual Weeks Worked Per Year - This is the number of weeks that a part-time employee was contracted to work per year at the date of leaving. Remember, part-time in pension terms means someone who may work full-time hours per week but not for 52 weeks of the year. This will be used to check against the last details recorded on the member's pension record
Does the employee have more than one post?
Final 2 years' pension contributions - This is the employee's contributions only and will be needed to update the member's pension record (although the year before leaving may already be held)
Final 2 years' NICO Earnings - This is the earnings on which the contracted-out part of the National Insurance contributions have been deducted. Only required if the member is entitled to a refund of contributions
The notification must be signed and dated by an authorised signatory.