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PENSIONS

Do you owe tax on your pension contributions?

PENSIONS

Maximise pension tax relief by dodging the MPAA

For 2017/18 the annual limit on tax relief for pension contributions was slashed to £4,000 for some people. If you’re one of them, is there a way for you to increase the amount of contributions that qualify for relief? More...

PENSIONS

Accessing pension savings without triggering the MPAA

You want to use some of your pension savings for a one-off expense, but you’ve been told that this can result in tax relief on future contributions being capped. Is there a way to receive the money, but avoid the tax relief trap? More...

AUTUMN STATEMENT

Autumn Statement tightens tax rules

There wasn’t much of substance in the Autumn Statement, but we’ve picked out a few of the more significant announcements. How might they affect you? More...

PENSIONS

Taxman backtracks on pension tax relief limit

The Taxman has been pushed into rethinking how tax deductible pension contributions for 2008/9 to 2010/11 are calculated. He’s decided his original method of working this out was wrong. What’s the full story? More...

PENSIONS

New pension contribution rules

The government has announced its new plans for tax relief on pension contributions. But will these leave you better or worse off? More...

PENSIONS

Sacrificing income for extra tax relief

The new legislation that restricts tax relief on pension premiums includes tough rules to stop those with incomes of over £150,000 from manipulating their income to escape the trap. But there are ways to get around this. What are they? More...
Last updated: 04.06.2020

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