From Tuesday, 6 October, you will need to be at least 66 before you can start claiming your state state pension.
It’s the latest move to push back when you are able to get your hands on the money, following a string of rises over the past 10 years.
In some cases, it means women are waiting as much as 6 years longer to claim than they originally thought.
Pete Glancy, head of policy at Scottish Widows, said: “As people live longer, it’s clear many will also have to work for longer.
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