Our Pension Contributions section takes you through the basics of saving for retirement. Learn how to make contributions, how much to pay in, and what contribution limits apply, plus discover what your options are if you’re self-employed.
PENSION CONTRIBUTION BASICS
Find out how much the average person pays into their pension, and how our pension calculator can help you decide what level of contributions to make.
Discover how to check your personal and workplace pension contributions and find out how to protect your State Pension.
Learn the benefits of starting a pension early and find out how contributions from your employer and tax relief from HMRC can boost your savings.
Find out the key things you should consider when deciding how much to save into a pension, and the benefits of tax relief and employer contributions.
Find out the rules for paying a lump sum into your pension, and why saving more into your pension can help you reach your retirement goals, faster.
Find out how the government contributes to your pension in the form of tax relief. Learn how it works and how PensionBee can help you claim it.
Find out how you can top up your workplace or personal pension with additional payments and lump sums, and learn the rules for State Pension top up.
PENSION CONTRIBUTIONS RULES
Find out how much you can pay into your pension each year and the tax relief limits, including when the new tapered allowance takes effect.
Find out how much you can contribute to your pension and receive a tax top up from HMRC, and learn what happens if you exceed the contribution limit.
Find out how the pension carry forward rule can help you manage your pension contributions more tax efficiently.
Concerned about receiving too much of your pension? Learn how it can happen and what to do when overpayment occurs.
Find out how your pension contributions are impacted by parental leave. Learn how it works and how you can prepare for it.
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