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Can You Backdate Pension Contributions?

The short answer is yes. It is possible to backdate pension contributions under certain conditions. The process is called ‘carry forward’ and allows you to contribute to a pension scheme for a previous tax year after the designated deadline. If it is your intention to use carry forward in the future, you must have had Read More +

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Paying Into a Pension for Limited Company Directors

Significant tax benefits may result from pension contributions made through a limited company. These contributions are usually considered an allowable business expense and could be used to offset company liabilities while increasing payouts. Making Pension Contributions as Limited Company Directors Among the few tax incentives accessible to limited company directors are the deduction for pension Read More +

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Pensions for Company Directors

Pension contributions are one of the few remaining tax allowances available to limited companies. Company directors can make contributions to their pension schemes through personal or company contributions. • Personal Contribution – made up to a maximum contribution of £32,000 per annum, in which the pension scheme has a limit of £40k to claim back Read More +

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