Posts Tagged: Annual allowance

UK pension tax relief

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Pensions: Maximum pension contributions. Income < £3,600pa then £3,600 gross or £2,880 net; income < annual allowance then annual allowance gross (entitled to 20% tax rebate on personal allowance contributions; otherwise annual allowance gross. Tax relief at highest marginal rate: 45%, 40% then 20%. Min tax relief is 20% up to maximum limit

Pensions are the most tax efficient savings schemes due to their ability to avoid or delay the payment of tax. It is still important to weigh up the benefits against their drawbacks to ensure that they are the best option for you. There are different methods of claiming tax relief dependent upon your circumstances including; Occupational pension… Read more »

Pensions: Annual allowance tax relief

Posted by & filed under Finance, UK Pensions.

The UK annual allowance is a limit imposed by HMRC on the amount of tax relief available for pension contributions in any one tax year which, for UK tax purposes runs from the 6th of April to the 5th of April the following year. This applies to both defined contribution (money purchase) and defined benefit… Read more »

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