One says there will be no changes to your pension:-
The UK state pension would continue to be paid to people living in an independent Scotland, the pension agency has said.
The comments came in a letter from the Department for Work and Pensions, which was quoted by Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond.
However, the DWP later said it was looking into whether its content was misleading.
The letter was sent to one of Mr Salmond's constituents.
Written in the name of a pension service customer adviser and dated 4 January, 2013, it stated: "If Scotland does become independent, this will have no effect on your state pension - you will continue to receive it just as you do at present."
but then the YES Scotland website says that the Scottish government (on independence) will pay your pension:-
Your state pension will be paid in the same way, but simply by the Scottish Government rather than Westminster.
As we move forward, independence will offer the opportunity to make improvements based on the needs and priorities of the people of Scotland and based on the policies you vote for in elections to the Scottish Parliament.
The Scottish Government has made clear that accrued pension rights will continue to be honoured after independence.
So state pensions will continue to be paid as before. And so will public sector pensions – including civil service, army, police, fire-fighters, NHS, universities, teachers and local government pensions. Some of these schemes are already administered by the Scottish Government.
There will be agreement between the Scottish and UK governments as to the exact share of pension liabilities to be taken on by the Scottish Government – but it has repeatedly been made clear that no accrued pension rights will be lost.
Good luck following that one Aileen!