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LHW99 wrote: »
If you make payments into a pension you would get a refund of tax added, which would be be better than interest on a cash ISA. I am surprised you can pay in until 78,as I thought you couldn't add to a pension after 75, but someone more knowledgable than me would confirm that.
Brynsam wrote: »
Personal contributions don't attract tax relief after age 75. Employer contributions remain eligible for corporation tax relief and aren't a taxable benefit in kind.
Ostrich49 wrote: »
I did investigate paying for missing years but there were about 10 and it came to too much at the time and I think too late to do this now.
pearl123 wrote: »
Check to see if there is still time to pay any missing years, You don’t have to pay all the missing years. I just picked a few to pay to top it up.
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