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I have been self-employed all my life am I eligible for a pension?

If you are 65 or over and have paid or been credited with contributions between 25 and 50 weeks per year, you are entitled to a monthly Contributory Pension. The amount you receive will depend on the total contributions & number of years you have invested into the scheme. Please click here to apply.
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