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How can I make personal payments into my pension?

Saving into your pension pot with The People’s Pension can be a great, tax-efficient way to save for your future. …

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I live in Scotland, will my pension be affected by the Scottish rate of Income Tax?

If you live in Scotland, HMRC should already have written to you if they think the Scottish rate of Income …

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I live in Scotland, how do I receive tax relief on my contributions?

If your employer takes your contributions before tax (known as a net pay arrangement), you only pay tax on what’s …

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Can my personal contributions be paid through more than one Direct Debit?

No, you can only have one Direct Debit mandate on your account with The People’s Pension.  

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What are contributions?

  Contributions are the money that gets invested into your pension pot to save for retirement. How much do I …

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How do I make contributions?

Personal contributions are taken by your employer and are sent to us each time you’re paid. If you leave the …

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Can I pay contributions into The People’s Pension?

  Yes. You’re able to make both regular and single contributions into your pension pot with The People’s Pension.

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Who deducts the contributions from my wages?

  Your employer deducts the pension contributions from your wages.  They then send these contributions along with their contributions over …

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My employer has advised me that my contributions are being deducted from my pay via salary sacrifice. What does this mean?

  ‘Salary sacrifice’ (also called ‘salary exchange’) is an arrangement employers make available to employees ­– the employee agrees to …

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Can I pay more than just the minimum into my pension pot?

  If your workplace pension is your only source of income when you retire, apart from your State Pension, it’s …

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Contributions

How can I make personal payments into my pension?

Saving into your pension pot with The People’s Pension can be a great, tax-efficient way to save for your future. …

View full answer >>

I live in Scotland, will my pension be affected by the Scottish rate of Income Tax?

If you live in Scotland, HMRC should already have written to you if they think the Scottish rate of Income …

View full answer >>

I live in Scotland, how do I receive tax relief on my contributions?

If your employer takes your contributions before tax (known as a net pay arrangement), you only pay tax on what’s …

View full answer >>

Can my personal contributions be paid through more than one Direct Debit?

No, you can only have one Direct Debit mandate on your account with The People’s Pension.  

View full answer >>

What are contributions?

  Contributions are the money that gets invested into your pension pot to save for retirement. How much do I …

View full answer >>

How do I make contributions?

Personal contributions are taken by your employer and are sent to us each time you’re paid. If you leave the …

View full answer >>

Can I pay contributions into The People’s Pension?

  Yes. You’re able to make both regular and single contributions into your pension pot with The People’s Pension.

View full answer >>

Who deducts the contributions from my wages?

  Your employer deducts the pension contributions from your wages.  They then send these contributions along with their contributions over …

View full answer >>

My employer has advised me that my contributions are being deducted from my pay via salary sacrifice. What does this mean?

  ‘Salary sacrifice’ (also called ‘salary exchange’) is an arrangement employers make available to employees ­– the employee agrees to …

View full answer >>

Can I pay more than just the minimum into my pension pot?

  If your workplace pension is your only source of income when you retire, apart from your State Pension, it’s …

View full answer >>