Bulletin 2 – February 2011

In this issue we focus on HMRC’s new contribution limits for pensions, and the ‘last minute’ contribution opportunities that have arisen, specifically:

  • Input Periods
  • High Earners
  • Higher Rate Taxpayers
  • Company trading profits last year – but losses this year?
  • Trustee Loans and Company Cash Flow
  • Company asset rich but cash poor?
  • Uplift the benefits but don’t need the pension?
  • Uplift the benefits but don’t need the pension?
  • Personal Contributions

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