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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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My statement doesn’t show any tax relief. Do I need to claim this back from HM Revenue & Customs?

If you’re under the age of 75, and your statement doesn’t show tax relief, this means you’re receiving tax relief …

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Am I eligible for tax relief?  

  If you’re under the age of 75; resident in the UK;  paid UK income tax during any one of …

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What’s ‘relief at source’?

  This is one of the two ways you can get tax relief on the money you add to your …

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What’s a ‘net pay arrangement’?

  This is one of the two ways you can get tax relief on the money you add to your …

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How do I claim higher rate tax relief on my contributions?

  If your pension contributions have been deducted from net pay (after tax has been deducted) and you’re a higher …

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How do I receive tax relief via the relief at source method?

  Relief at source is when The People’s Pension (or any other pension provider) claims back tax relief on your …

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How do I work out my basic rate tax relief?

  To work this out you need to divide your net pay amount by 0.8 or times your gross pay …

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Why can’t I see any tax relief on my Online Account?

  There are two reasons you might not be able to see tax relief on your Online Account. Your pension …

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My employer is deducting contributions before tax is taken from my wages. If I don’t earn enough to pay income tax, how do I claim tax relief on my contributions?

  If your earnings are below the annual income tax personal allowance (£11,850 in the 2018/2019 tax year), as your …

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Tax relief

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 >>

My statement doesn’t show any tax relief. Do I need to claim this back from HM Revenue & Customs?

If you’re under the age of 75, and your statement doesn’t show tax relief, this means you’re receiving tax relief …

View full answer >>

Am I eligible for tax relief?  

  If you’re under the age of 75; resident in the UK;  paid UK income tax during any one of …

View full answer >>

What’s ‘relief at source’?

  This is one of the two ways you can get tax relief on the money you add to your …

View full answer >>

What’s a ‘net pay arrangement’?

  This is one of the two ways you can get tax relief on the money you add to your …

View full answer >>

How do I claim higher rate tax relief on my contributions?

  If your pension contributions have been deducted from net pay (after tax has been deducted) and you’re a higher …

View full answer >>

How do I receive tax relief via the relief at source method?

  Relief at source is when The People’s Pension (or any other pension provider) claims back tax relief on your …

View full answer >>

How do I work out my basic rate tax relief?

  To work this out you need to divide your net pay amount by 0.8 or times your gross pay …

View full answer >>

Why can’t I see any tax relief on my Online Account?

  There are two reasons you might not be able to see tax relief on your Online Account. Your pension …

View full answer >>

My employer is deducting contributions before tax is taken from my wages. If I don’t earn enough to pay income tax, how do I claim tax relief on my contributions?

  If your earnings are below the annual income tax personal allowance (£11,850 in the 2018/2019 tax year), as your …

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