How your pension contributions are treated differently — depending on what sort of self-employed you are

  • as an individual and get a bonus from the government of 25% of what you pay in, or
  • your business can pay in, as employer contributions (you don’t get the tax bonus from the government in your pension in respect of your company contributions, however these payments can also have tax benefits for your company.)
  • Or you can do both (personal and company contributions).




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