There have been many stories in the press about GPs and senior hospital doctors refusing to take on extra shifts and additional responsibilities due to
the additional tax they are required to pay on the extra pension contributions paid by the NHS. A number of solutions have been put forward. There
are now strong rumours that the tapering of the annual pension allowance for those with income over £150,000 may be abolished or amended for all taxpayers,
not just those working in the NHS.
Listen out for a possible announcement in the Spring Budget, together with other changes to pension tax relief.
If you require any assistance or would like to discuss your tax affairs in more detail please contact our Tax Partners, Steve Crompton or Lucy Williams,
on the details below: