Can I do another IVA?

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penny255
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by penny255 » Fri Dec 28, 2018 1:37 pm
I completed an IVA in 2005 with my husband. My husband died suddenly in 2013 and I thought I would receive my pension at age 60 but it is now 66. I am now 64. I have doubled my work which is secure as a self employed clerk to governing boards in schools (there is a shortage of us!) but I do not think I can make it financially to May 2020 for my state pension as I am in rented accommodation. There is a judicial review into the 1950's pensions but if we do not receive compensation can I go into another IVA?. I would have succeeded if I had received my state pension at the time I was told. The government still said it would be 60 when my husband died so it was a huge shock to find it moved to 2020.
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by Foggy » Fri Dec 28, 2018 1:51 pm
You can do another IVA -- of course, depending on all other factors as before. A previous arrangement is not a bar. You would have to explain why another is needed but that shouldn't be an issue.
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