Sunday Times Teaser 2909 – Pensionable Service
by Angela Newing
Published June 24 2018 (link)
A few years ago my father was lucky enough to have been able to retire and take his pension at sixty. I explained to my young son — not yet a teenager — that this was not now usual, and that neither I nor he would be so lucky in the future.
When I am as old as my father is now, I shall be six times my son’s present age. By then, my son will be nine years older than I am now. (These statements all refer to whole years and not fractions of years.)
How old am I now?